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Re: verifying swap partition
maybe is this what you are looking for?
-T Prints the number of used and free slots for open files, used
vnodes, and swap space. It is useful for checking to see how large
system tables become if the system is under heavy load.
On Tue, Jun 25, 2002 at 10:49:52AM -0500, Taylor Geraldson wrote:
> i just did a ftp install on a pentium 133 machine i plan to run as a
> server. The system is running fine, however, i saw no evidence that the
> swap partiton is in use. The only way i know to verify this is by going
> in to top and looking at its swap part where it says "Swap 0k:0k
> usd/tot". I did read the swapctl and swapon man pages so i was able to
> remember that my partition was wd0e and get it working(now top lists the
> 96MB of swap as it should), but i would like to know if there an openbsd
> command comparable to "cat /proc/meminfo" of linux?