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What does the following terminology in AIX?

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What is the meaning of Paging and what does the following mean in Paging?
 1) Faults      
 2) Steals      
 3) PgspIn      
 4) PgspOut    
 5) PageIn      
 6) PageOut    
 7) Sios        
 
 and What is Swap space and Memory Fragmentation?
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This is plenty explanatory ...
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Please explain in brief. i can easily understand if experts explain and that is why i gave 500 points. i can not give more than that. :-)
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