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For visual monitoring of overall RAM usage, if you use Byobu, it will keep your memory usage in the lower right-hand corner of the terminal and will run while you are in any terminal session. As you can see from screenshot, my virtual machine has a 1h3m uptime, 0.00 load, has 2.8GHz (virtual) processor and 994MB (21%) of the RAM available on the system.
A simple google search yields this command: (http://doc.bazaar.canonical.com/latest/en/user-guide/browsing_history.html) % bzr log -r 1000.. # Revision 1000 and everything after it % bzr log -r ..1000 # Everything up to and including r1000 % bzr log -r 1000..1100 # changes from 1000 to 1100 % bzr log -r 1000 # The changes ...
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