On Aug 15, 2006, at 9:16 AM, Philippe Lang wrote:

Hi,

Based on answers of my first post, I wrote a small perl script in order to find out the CPU and MEMORY used by each jail.
Here it is:

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- jls.ps
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#!/usr/bin/perl
@jails = `jls`;
$title = shift @jails;
chomp $title;
print $title . "\t\t%CPU\t%MEM\n";
foreach (@jails)
{
  my ($jid) = /\s+(\S+)\s/;
  @jexec = `jexec $jid ps -afxu`;

  @mem = map {/\S+\s+\S+\s+\S+\s+(\S+)\s/} @jexec;
  shift @mem;
  $tot_mem = 0;
  foreach (@mem) { $tot_mem = $tot_mem + $_; }

  @cpu = map {/\S+\s+\S+\s+(\S+)\s/} @jexec;
  shift @cpu;
  $tot_cpu = 0;
  foreach (@cpu) { $tot_cpu = $tot_cpu + $_; }

  chomp $_;
  print $_ . "\t$tot_cpu\t$tot_mem\n";
}
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What are the units on the MEM?

Chad

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