18 Mar 2012
vzcalc - calculate resource usage of a container
|vzcalc [-v ] [-v] CTID|
This utility displays the share of the host system resources a particular container is using. If the container is running, the current usage is displayed. High utilization values (>100%) mean the system is overloaded (or the container has an invalid configuration).
If the -v option is specified, the following additional information is also displayed:
|Current||Shows the amount of the resources consumed by the container at a given time.|
|Promised||Shows the resources soft limit values "promised" for a given container.|
|Max||Shows the resources hard limit values "promised" for a given container.|
|The part of memory residing at lower addresses and directly accessed by the kernel (only makes sense for 32-bit architectures).|
|Amount of memory available for applications (both RAM and swap space).|
|Standard memory allocations made for applications in a container. This is a more "virtual" system resource than RAM or RAM and swap.|
|Number of processes.|
|-v||Display additional information.|
Normally, the exit status is 0. On error, the exit status is 1.
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