vzcalc - utility to calculate the container's resources usage.
vzcalc [-v] CTID
Display additional information.
This utility displays the share of the host system resources a particular
container is using. If the container is running, the current usage is
displayed. High utilization values (>100%) mean the system is overloaded
(or the container has an invalid configuration).
shows the amount of the resources consumed by the container at a given time.
shows the resources soft limit values "promised" for a given container.
shows the resources hard limit values "promised" for a given container.
If the -v option is specified, the additional information is displayed.
the part of memory residing at lower addresses and directly accessed by the kernel.
amount of memory available for applications (both RAM and swap space).
standard memory allocations made for applications in a container.
This is a more "virtual" system resource than RAM or RAM and swap.
Normally, the exit status is 0. On error, the exit status is 1.
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