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Size is the total amount of virtual memory being used by the process.
Res is the size of the portion that's currently in physical RAM.
Note that shared libraries (and other uses of shared memory) mean that
some portion of each number is not actually unique to that process. The
memory (both virtual and resident) used to hold the C runtime library,
for instance, is included in just about every process.
Barry Margolin, XXXX@XXXXX.COM
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