#memory #command #linux

bin+lib ps-mem

The process memory size listing

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0.2.6 Jul 20, 2021
0.2.5 Jul 3, 2021

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ps-mem

The process memory size listing.

ps-mem command is listing all process memory size.

Feature

  • minimum support rustc 1.47.0 (18bf6b4f0 2020-10-07)

Command help

ps-mem --help
Usage:
  ps-mem [options]
  ps-mem [options] <command> {<arg1> <arg2> ...}

print processes memory by sort,
or print one processe memory

Options:
  -a, --all             all pid (include kernel threads)
  --sort <order>        sort by <order>: rss|swap|total
  --pid <number>        output only selected pid
  --sleep <number>      sleep <number> milli second

  -H, --help        display this help and exit
  -V, --version     display version information and exit
  -X <x-options>    x options. try -X help

Examples:
  Show all prosesses memory:
    ps-mem --all
  Show one prosess memory:
    ps-mem --pid 1234
  Show invoked one prosess memory:
    ps-mem -- find / -type f

Quick install

  1. you can install this into cargo bin path:
cargo install ps-mem
  1. you can build debian package:
cargo deb

and install .deb into your local repository of debian package.

Examples

Example 1: simple

sudo ps-mem

Example 2: the largest finder

you can see a largest memory process.

sudo ps-mem --sort=total | tail

or

sudo ps-mem --sort=total | aki-unbody -t 10

Example 3: show one process memory

You see the process memory size of that pid is 1234.

ps-mem --pid 1234

Example 4: show invoked one prosess memory

You see the process memory size of the invoked find command.

ps-mem find / -type f

Changelogs

This crate's changelog here.

License

This project is licensed under either of

at your option.

Dependencies

~1MB
~24K SLoC