From the Linux procfs documentation: Active: Memory that has been used more recently and usually not reclaimed unless absolutely necessary. Inactive: Memory which has been ...
When looking at the memory maps in /proc/pid/maps, we can see different length addresses 00400000-0042e000 r-xp 00000000 fb:01 268953 /bin/nano 0062e000-0062f000 r--p ...
Surprisingly, comprehensive documentation for /procfs is hard to find. For my specific question, I am looking at: cat /proc/1/statm (let's use pid=1 because it seems to be always there). I just ran ...
I was wondering why the sum of all 'Size:' entries in /proc/pid/smaps does not equal the process VSS as reported by top, ps, /proc/pid/status VmSize, /proc/pid/statm 1st entry? Any clues?
Connecting various process attributes reported by top, ps, /proc/pid/statm, /proc/pid/status, /proc/pid/smaps [closed]
Here are some of the common attributes I figured out: top(VIRT) , smem(VSS), /proc/pid/statm (1st entry in pages), /proc/pid/status (VmSize), ps(VSZ) top(RES) , smem(RSS), /proc/pid/statm (2nd entry ...
I'm trying to read a child process's stack but with no luck. I know it is possible using ptrace, but ptrace's interface allows you to read only one word at a time, and I'm trying to scan a larger ...
The Linux proc(5) man page tells me that /proc/$pid/mem “can be used to access the pages of a process's memory”. But a straightforward attempt to use it only gives me $ cat /proc/$$/mem ...