How to find out the swap size for each process ?


I would like to find out the swap size used by each process ?

How I can do it ?

Thanks in Advance !
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sgantaAuthor Commented:
Hi Ozo,

Thanks for your quick reply. But your does'nt display the
occupied SWAP size for that process.

What I want is similar to this

PID       SZ   Swap_Size
1023   200    10
"ps u" or "ps -o UFMT" will give columns with VSZ (virtual memory size) and RSS (resident set size). Subtracting RSS from VSZ will give the size of the process that is paged out. If the whole process is swapped out, RSS will be 0 and the state (S column) will show a "W" for swapped out.

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