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Performance Meter for Solaris

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I'm getting an error when running a program that says "Virtual Memory Exceeded", but when I watch the Solaris swap performance meter, it doesn't move.  Does this thing work, or is there another solution that works better?

Thanks in advance.
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Go to - http://www.sun.com/960601/columns/adrian/se2.5.html

"SymbEL (known as SE) is an interpreted language that provides an extensive toolkit for building performance tools and utilities."
IMHO it is the best product for monitoring all aspects of performance, and it is FREE!!
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