How to Show the SWAP Partiton and Memory Size on UBUNTU?

Posted on 2012-03-27
Last Modified: 2012-03-28
i am NOT able to show or list teh SWAP parition when I use    df  -h  what would be the command and switches to show it on Ubuntu 10.40 ?

Secondly, how can I show the memory size RAM on the server ?

Question by:mshamsan
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by:Milind Koyande
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try command

sudo free -m

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so to shwo the swap      sudo free -m    OR   sudo free -g


to show the memroy          cat   /proc/meminfo


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#cat /proc/swaps
#cat /pro/meminfo

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