Meaning of the SysRq-‘m’ output
When you feel curious about what memory status is at some point, you can use SysRq facility. After enabling the sysrq featulre by execute following command, you just need to press ‘SysRq’ + ‘m’ or trigger the command. echo 1 > /proc/sys/kernel/sysrq Above command enables the SysRq feature. To get memory status, you can run… Continue reading
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