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comp.unix.aix Frequently Asked Questions (Part 1 of 5)
Section - 1.110: The swapper seems to use enormous amounts of paging space, why?

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When you run ps, you may see a line like:

USER   PID %CPU %MEM    SZ   RSS     TT STAT  TIME CMD
root     0 0.0%  14% 386528  8688      -    S 17:06 swapper

This is normal behavior, the swapper looks to ps like it has the entire
paging space plus real memory allocated.

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