Calculate VM size using jemalloc.
annulen at yandex.ru
Fri Oct 16 04:32:51 PDT 2015
16.10.2015, 14:16, "Prajakta" <praj.jagtap at gmail.com>:
> So, there might be some way by which I will be able to get constant part process.(Text + stack).
> In my calculations, for finding out this constant part I was referring to:
> VMSize (from /proc/pid/status) - stats.allocated (from jemalloc).
> But, after few allocations only I can see that this difference is not remaining constant.
> I feel that along with stats.allocated, I need to consider some more stats for finding out this constant.
You can try to use stats.mapped instead.
> On Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 4:35 PM, Konstantin Tokarev <annulen at yandex.ru> wrote:
>> 16.10.2015, 14:01, "Prajakta" <praj.jagtap at gmail.com>:
>>> I want to calculate VM size of process.
>>> In /proc/pid/status, we get amount of VM size used by the process.
>>> I want to get same counter with the help of jemalloc.
>> You cannot, because jemalloc takes care about heap only.
>>> For that I was making use of stats.allocated.
>>> Do I need to take into consideration any other statistics for getting VM Size?
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