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awarded  Curious
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accepted Does a high “used” value for a device in “btrfs filesystem show” pose a problem? Should a balance operation be performed?
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answered Does a high “used” value for a device in “btrfs filesystem show” pose a problem? Should a balance operation be performed?
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comment Where is / why is there no log for normal user systemd services?
That is what I was expecting as well, but I don't see it here. May I ask what operating system (with version) you are running?
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comment Where is / why is there no log for normal user systemd services?
Are you getting the "test from chatty.service" stdout message in the log output as well, or just the "Starting chatty.service..." and "Started chatty.service." messages?
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asked Where is / why is there no log for normal user systemd services?
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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted Make zsh show autocomplete choices even when a possible match is entered
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asked Make zsh show autocomplete choices even when a possible match is entered
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asked Does a high “used” value for a device in “btrfs filesystem show” pose a problem? Should a balance operation be performed?
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awarded  Teacher
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answered How do I upgrade openSUSE from stable to development?
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revised htop reporting much higher memory usage than free or top
Add OS information.
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revised htop reporting much higher memory usage than free or top
Add OS information.
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comment htop reporting much higher memory usage than free or top
The second snippet does not work (the second pipe with grep -A12 ... does not return anything). But right now memo1 (i.e., htop) shows the memory as "[...] 2087/15779MB" while free -m shows 825 under +/- buffers/cache. I'll update my question with OS and so on.
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asked htop reporting much higher memory usage than free or top
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awarded  Scholar
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comment Any utility to find source of system load / load average for a certain period?
atop seems absolutely perfect, thanks a lot!