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Whats in swap

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Is it possible to find out with a comand like 'ps' only whats got forced into swap.
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use the "top" command

toggle on the "SWAP" column (Swapped size in kb) pressing "f" "p" "<enter>"

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You may find that it is a case of pressing:

pressing "f" "o" "<enter>"   (For RHEL 3)

or other letter depending on your version of top.
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