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While I'm not exactly familiar with how top formatting works, I can offer a few work-arounds. PS ps command is comes with procps package and is among standard utilities, that is readily available on your system. -aux switches will output processes for all users and programs on the system, while --sort %mem is used to sort output by % of memory used. In ...


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Top displays the active processes, including the memory. System monitor is the user friendly (GUI) way to memory usage analysis, provided the applications are still open. Also, take a note that, once memory used in a session by a program, it may be still in a buffer until it's needed by another program. From the manual: free displays the total amount of ...



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