What's the easiest command to read to get good information on memory usage? I played with "/sbin/sysctl -n hw.physmem hw.usermem vm.kvm_size vm.kvm_free" yesterday but I have the feeling that these are not the numbers I think they are, because they add up wrong.

There's some pretty good stuff at the top of top, but I'd be happier with output in raw numbers of bytes, to feed to my graphing program. This would also save the trouble of reinterpreting M into * 1024^2.

Thanks in advance for any tips.


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