RHEL 5.6, how to get memory amount

Posted on 2012-03-13
Last Modified: 2012-03-14
What command line command can I run to see how much memory I have in RHEL 5.6
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jgiordano earned 250 total points
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free -m
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legolasthehansy earned 125 total points
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free -m //to get the memory in Megabytes

You can also use the top command
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jgiordano earned 250 total points
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That lists in megabytes
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farzanj earned 125 total points
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Or you can issue command

cat /etc/meminfo

You can also use
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Shouldn't it have been:

cat /proc/meminfo


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