Over the past few days, several of our readers have shared their experiences with the Memstat engine. g.memstat data about all available processes, executables and your local library that are consuming virtual memory. In addition to the process ID and specifying the executable file in which the process is running, the amount of memory is displayed.
memstat lists all suggested processes, executables and shared libraries as virtual memory is busy. The amount of memory is determined by the process ID and hence the name of the executable, the type of the running process.