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slibclean says "Removes any currently unused modules in kernel and library memory."
How do you find/identify "currently unused modules in kernel and library memory"?

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AIX kernel jugling tools are "proprietary" (like vmtune or schedtune)
Basically this is a program that can help with upgrading libc without rebooting system.
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When AIX loads a shared module into the shared library segment of the address space, it maintains a use count for that module. slibclean will identify unused shared modules because they have a use count of zero.
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