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virtualkarthik
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Pinned topic MEMUSE Format in .nmon

‏2013-07-01T18:54:16Z |

Hi Guys

I'm trying to extract the computational memory usage recorded in each sample that is collected in the .nmon files.  I'm bit confused with the format of MEMUSE line

I guess as per the documentation it should be  MEMUSE,T0000,%numperm,%minperm,%maxperm,minfree,maxfree,%comp which will be 8 fields in the line, but when I check the samples I'm getting one more additional field which I don't understand.

Below are the samples.

MEMUSE,T0082,2.9,2.8,85.5,8000,8512,2.9,85.5

MEMUSE,T0083,2.9,2.8,85.5,8000,8512,2.9,85.5

MEMUSE,T0084,3.0,2.8,85.5,8000,8512,3.0,85.5

MEMUSE,T0085,3.0,2.8,85.5,8000,8512,3.0,85.5

MEMUSE,T0086,2.9,2.8,85.5,8000,8512,2.9,85.5

Can you guys help me understand it please.

 

Thanks

Karthik

  • virtualkarthik
    virtualkarthik
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    Re: MEMUSE Format in .nmon

    ‏2013-07-01T19:17:43Z  

    After posting the query I realized that its stated in the manual "NMON_Analyser calculates this value.  " for % Comp.. So there is no direct Comp% value recorded in the .nmon file

    Seems its being calculated from the MEMNEW line by adding up the Process% & System% ?

    Please correct me if I'm wrong

    Thanks

    Karthik