free – command

#Linux #Commands

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DISPLAY SYSTEM MEMORY:
Free command used to check the used and available space of physical memory and swap memory in KB. See the command in action below.

# free

DISPLAY MEMORY IN BYTES:
Free command with option -b, display the size of memory in Bytes.

# free -b

DISPLAY MEMORY IN KILOBYTES:
Free command with option -k, display the size of memory in (KB) Kilobytes.

# free -k

DISPLAY MEMORY IN MEGABYTES:
To see the size of the memory in (MB) Megabytes use option as -m.

# free -m

DISPLAY MEMORY IN GIGABYTES:
Using -g option with free command, would display the size of the memory in GB(Gigabytes).

# free -g

DISPLAY TOTAL LINE:
Free command with -t option, will list the total line at the end.

# free -t

DISPLAY OF BUFFER ADJUSTED LINE:
By default the free command display “buffer adjusted” line, to disable this line use option…

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