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I'm trying to pinpoint what process(es) is eating swap on my FreeBSD server.

I can only see how much is being used top(top) but not what process is swapping its guts out.

I tried searching Google for this but didn't find anything.

Is there a way to display list of swapped data by process natively or by using some external software to achieve this?

Thanks.

I'm trying to pinpoint what process(es) is eating swap on my FreeBSD server.

I can only see how much is being used top but not what process is swapping its guts out.

I tried searching Google for this but didn't find anything.

Is there a way to display list of swapped data by process natively or by using some external software to achieve this?

Thanks.

I'm trying to pinpoint what process(es) is eating swap on my FreeBSD server.

I can only see how much is being used (top) but not what process is swapping its guts out.

I tried searching Google for this but didn't find anything.

Is there a way to display list of swapped data by process natively or by using some external software to achieve this?

Thanks.

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I'm trying to pinpoint what process(es) is eating swap on my FreeBSD server.

I can only see how much is being used (top)top but not what process is swapping its guts out.

I tried searching Google for this but didn't find anything.

Is there a way to display list of swapped data by process natively or by using some external software to achieve this?

Thanks.

I'm trying to pinpoint what process(es) is eating swap on my FreeBSD server.

I can only see how much is being used (top) but not what process is swapping its guts out.

I tried searching Google for this but didn't find anything.

Is there a way to display list of swapped data by process natively or by using some external software to achieve this?

Thanks.

I'm trying to pinpoint what process(es) is eating swap on my FreeBSD server.

I can only see how much is being used top but not what process is swapping its guts out.

I tried searching Google for this but didn't find anything.

Is there a way to display list of swapped data by process natively or by using some external software to achieve this?

Thanks.

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How to find out what is using swap on FreeBSD?

I'm trying to pinpoint what process(es) is eating swap on my FreeBSD server.

I can only see how much is being used (top) but not what process is swapping its guts out.

I tried searching Google for this but didn't find anything.

Is there a way to display list of swapped data by process natively or by using some external software to achieve this?

Thanks.