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Am I right that on CloudLinux-5 lveps -d reports MEM in pages, but on CloudLinux-6 lveps -d reports MEM in kilobytes?
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  1. 20.01.2012 08:01:12
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Sounds like a bug, lveps / lvectl are due for overhaul anyway -- I\'ll add it as a bug to fix for that project.
  1. 20.01.2012 17:01:26
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Boris Dolgov Accepted Answer
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So, what is a modern way to get this information -- to use /proc/lve where the information is in pages?
  1. 20.01.2012 22:01:57
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lveps should still work.
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