3GiB ram, gnome-system-monitor now says 2.9GiB
lproven at gmail.com
Tue Apr 7 13:56:21 UTC 2009
2009/4/6 J. Limon <jlimon at eml.cc>:
> Liam Proven wrote:
>> 2009/4/6 J. Limon <jlimon at eml.cc>:
>>> Just for comparison, htop reports 3016MB.
>>> - J. Limon
>> 3016MB *is* 2.9GB.
>> 3GiB = 1024 * 3 = 3072MiB
>> 3016/3072 = 2.9453125 = 2.9GiB
> Well, I guess why we know I'm not a math major at this point. ;)
> Hm, time to figure out where that missing 0.01GiB is going.
Ignoring all the pointless pedantic debating about binary units versus
decimal ones - does it matter?
It's a meg or so. Today, on a machine with 3GB RAM, an utterly
insignificant amount of memory. It may well be accounted for by the
difference between total available RAM and RAM available to the
kernel, which means the difference is just the amount taken up by the
Stop worrying about it. Chill out and move on.
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