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how to read size of process memory programatically?

Discussion in 'Unix' started by douglaskbell, Feb 19, 2010.

  1. douglaskbell

    douglaskbell New Member

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    I'm tracking a memory leak in a C/C++ program on Solaris.

    Is the a function to let a process programatically get its present size of memory usage?
    (Like, what gets displayed for 'size' when you run 'top'.)
     
  2. en_7123

    en_7123 New Member

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    Yes it is not difficult if I'm understanding it right what you are asking.Could you tell what exactly you want to do.And what is run top ??
     

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