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"top" run from a non-global zone shows free memory of the global zone

"top" run from a non-global zone shows free memory of the global zone

"top" run from a non-global zone shows free memory of the global zone

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Zone server is 128 GB physical mem
Non-Global zone capped 2GB mem
When I run top on the non-global zone , I get total Memory 2048 M, free Mem 93G
This 93G free mem is obviously from the Global Zone.
I have seen this in all Solaris 10 which has zones.
Is this a function within "top" that needs to be changed ?

RE: "top" run from a non-global zone shows free memory of the global zone

If you can download the XE Toolkit by Richard Pettit, then I'd get that.  Before he closed his CaptiveMetrics site, it was a phenomenal piece of software that was based on the SE Toolkit.  When it was still in operation in 2008, I purchased it for a mere $25.

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