Re: Re: private memory used by oracle process in AIX ??

Prem,
It is good that you have found the solution.
I have read mentioned article, and it is looks that svmon is the right 
tool for your purpose on AIX.
BWT: 
> One such tool is "svmon". This program can be located on the IBM AIX 
CD-ROM 
> as part of the AIX fileset "perfagent.tools".  Use the command "smit 
install_latest" 
> to install this fileset. 
?svmon? not installed by default I have checked some boxes. 
Looks like additional tool which AIX dev kindly provide.

Thank you for sharing useful information.

Jurijs
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Hi Velikanovs,
I am not much ware of "UNIX virtual memory mechanisms" .
but the AIX coomands metalink docs suggest are:

ps v
svmon

IIR, "svmon" is the one u r looking for.

and in case of "ps v"

RSS - TRS -> gives u the private memory used by a process.

<QUOTE>
The RSS number is equal to the sum of the number of working-segment pages 
in memory times 4 and the code-segment pages in memory times 4. 

The TRS number is equal to just the code-segment pages in memory times 4. 
</QUOTE>

Doc 123754.1 says so.Is that not right ? i am not sure about it.

Thanks and Regards,
Prem.
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