Puma -p

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Puma -p

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i execurted puma -p on my dev system and o/p is as follows:
/var/adm # puma -p
Rproc Vproc Size PerProcp
0 16384 21248 0x9c3dc8
1 0 21248 0x9c4dd8
2 1 21248 0x9c5de8
3 2 21248 0x9c6df8
4 3 21248 0x9c7e08
5 4 21248 0x9c8e18
6 5 21248 0x9c9e28
7 6 21248 0x9cae38
8 7 21248 0x9cbe48
9 16383 21248 0x9cce58
10 8192 21248 0x9ce0c8
11 9215 21248 0x9cf0d8
12 10237 21248 0x9d00e8
13 10238 21248 0x9d10f8

what do we infer from puma -p ..
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Re: Puma -p

The puma "-p" option simply enumerates the vprocs in the system. The other columns in the display are generally not useful except perhaps to PDE developers.