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XMM screenshots

All screenshots were taken on my home workstation (Dual PIII 1GHz, 768MB RAM). Brown color represents kernel memory usage (miscellaneous caches), red is for active memory (page/buffer cache in use and mapped pages - applications), yellow is inactive page/buffer cache, green is free memory and finally orange color represents swap usage.

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XMM - Monitor Linux MM inactive/active lists graphically

This utility provides you with a neat X11 window to monitor memory utilization of your server or workstation. It is similar to the popular xmem utility but is IMHO slightly more appropriate for monitoring a modern Linux VM subsystem (2.4 kernel and up).

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