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From "howard chen" <howac...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] How memory are actually used?
Date Wed, 17 Sep 2008 17:02:47 GMT
Hello,

I am running Apache HTTPD 1.3.37 with mod_php, when using the top
command, I see:

  PID USER      PR  NI  VIRT  RES  SHR S %CPU %MEM    TIME+  COMMAND
12584 web       15   0  142m  12m 9176 S    8  0.3   2:07.01 httpd
12586 web       15   0  142m  12m 9168 S    8  0.3   2:08.85 httpd
12589 web       15   0  141m  10m 7376 S    8  0.3   2:06.83 httpd
12591 web       15   0  142m  11m 7420 S    8  0.3   1:59.64 httpd
12594 web       15   0  142m  11m 7444 S    8  0.3   2:06.25 httpd
12585 web       15   0  141m  12m 9200 S    6  0.3   2:03.83 httpd

Assume all the httpd process is show above...

1. Is the total memory currently used is : 12+12+10+11+11+12 = 68M ?
2. Is the max. memory even allocated by is: 142+142+141+142+142+141 = 850M


Thanks.

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