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Date:      Thu, 21 May 2015 14:24:25 -0453
From:      "William A. Mahaffey III" <wam@hiwaay.net>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: End user RAM usage survey
Message-ID:  <555E2F72.7080806@hiwaay.net>
In-Reply-To: <CAD2Ti2_6Cjc6U_+WYyAhB7aQ1WHKpV0aqBjRSiaU_+RSJDkQmg@mail.gmail.com>
References:  <CAD2Ti2_6Cjc6U_+WYyAhB7aQ1WHKpV0aqBjRSiaU_+RSJDkQmg@mail.gmail.com>

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On 05/21/15 04:47, grarpamp wrote:
> For those of you using end user class systems bought within the
> last few years (Intel: i3, i5, i7, E3; AMD: APU, FX) for things
> such as desktop, fileserver, multimedia, browsing, development,
> office, games, and VMs for the same... how much memory are you
> using? (including swap, excluding ZFS)
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Updated reply w/ more detail (from 'top -i size'):


last pid: 62226;  load averages:  0.18,  0.20, 0.42 up 10+04:29:52  14:24:03
153 processes: 1 running, 152 sleeping
CPU:  1.9% user,  0.0% nice,  2.7% system,  0.5% interrupt, 94.9% idle
Mem: 700M Active, 11G Inact, 1641M Wired, 18M Cache, 1588M Buf, 2148M Free
Swap: 16G Total, 16G Free

   PID USERNAME    THR PRI NICE   SIZE    RES STATE   C   TIME WCPU COMMAND
38119 wam          50  20    0   731M   406M uwait   0   8:38 0.00% firefox
36989 wam          33  20    0   593M   298M uwait   3   1:50 1.07% 
thunderbird
72213 wam           4  20    0   235M 41516K kqread  0   0:16 0.20% 
xfdesktop
72183 wam           5  20    0   233M   147M uwait   2  85:24 3.08% Xorg
61779 wam           5  52   19   218M 42496K kqread  3   0:01 0.00% tumblerd
72210 wam           4  25    0   207M 28276K kqread  0   0:13 0.68% 
xfce4-panel
72222 wam           3  48    0   180M 31616K select  0   1:39 0.00% 
xfce4-terminal
72211 wam           3  44    0   177M 24008K kqread  2   0:02 0.00% 
xfsettingsd
72191 wam           3  42    0   168M 21932K select  0   0:01 0.00% 
xfce4-session
72205 wam           1  20    0   159M 23920K select  0   0:04 0.10% xfwm4
72241 wam           1  20    0   156M 21532K select  1   0:00 0.00% 
wrapper-1.0
72221 wam           1  20    0   152M 19780K select  2   0:00 0.00% 
wrapper-1.0
72207 wam           1  20    0   152M 20232K select  3   0:00 0.00% thunar
60790 wam           1  20    0   150M 21396K select  3   0:00 0.00% 
xfce4-notifyd
72233 wam           1  20    0   147M 19552K select  3   4:19 0.00% 
wrapper-1.0
72243 wam           1  20    0   139M 20880K select  1   0:57 0.00% 
wrapper-1.0
72223 wam           1  20    0   139M 20876K select  3   0:57 0.00% 
wrapper-1.0
38685 wam           3  40    0 96516K 12200K select  2   0:00 0.00% 
gvfsd-http
   961 root         17  20    0 84044K  7104K select  1   0:00 0.00% 
console-kit-daemon
72224 wam           1  20    0 78060K 12484K select  3   0:01 0.00% xterm
72231 wam           1  20    0 73964K 11788K select  1   0:01 0.00% xterm
   921 root          1  20    0 69036K  9716K select  1   0:03 0.00% smbd
   914 root          1  20    0 68512K  9576K select  1   0:00 0.00% smbd
   963 root          3  20    0 67232K  7268K kqread  3   0:00 0.00% polkitd
72230 wam           3  20    0 65308K  8360K kqread  0   0:03 0.00% 
gvfsd-trash
36996 wam           3  20    0 63708K  8520K select  1   0:00 0.00% 
at-spi-bus-launcher
  1077 haldaemon     2  22    0 61816K  8968K select  3   2:59 0.00% hald


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	William A. Mahaffey III

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