In the last episode (Oct 01), Ivan Voras said:
> Hi,
> The top utility has SIZE and RES, but doesn't have what part of SIZE
> is sysv shared memory. Is there something that can print out in
> detail how a process uses / allocates its memory (I'm specifically
> interested in sysvshm but there's also the stack & mmap)?

You can get detailed process memory info from /proc/<pid>/map , or in
7.1 and later, "procstat -v".  I don't know how easy it is to identify
which block is shared memory, though.

        Dan Nelson
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