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The objective is to have a graphical tool which you can trace running process and get some stats based on different metrics, which can be included in Memphis as simple plugins. Current tools as top or ps , just show us basic information about the process and you can’t deduct how many real memory or resources a program is using then. In order to get some approximate estimations about the memory usage in Memphis It get a lot of useful information found in the proc file systems. In this way we can know how much memory uses some process and how much memory uses the libraries that this process is using.

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Sep 13 2019 — Oct 13 2019

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Oct 13 2018 — Oct 13 2019

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