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Geoffrey wrote:
> Dow Hurst wrote:
>> How can we find the process that is soaking the memory?  How do you 
>> manipulate /proc to find out the originating process that owns the 
>> memory being used?  I know IRIX had tools to look at memory and see 
>> which processes owned what part of memory.  Does Linux?
>> Seems if you knew what was leaking you would have a major part of the 
>> battle won.
> I believe we mentioned top, but he noted that doesn't give him anything. 
>  That's what concerns me.  If it doesn't show, is it being hidden for a 
> reason???

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