Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : 20MENU.ZIP
Filename : OS20MEMU.TXT

Output of file : OS20MEMU.TXT contained in archive : 20MENU.ZIP
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| OS20MEMU 1.0 |
| January 7, 1993 |
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| OS/2 V2.0 Memory Usage Display |
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| Glenn Brew & Ross L. Cook |
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OS20MEMU is an OS/2 protect-mode program which displays a "snapshot"
of the current memory usage in an OS/2 2.0 system.
Total free storage is also shown.

The information given includes:

- Applications (by name) - Amount in Use
- Total Vdisk size - Virtual Machine size
- Total Disk Cache size - Memory owned by application
- Shared memory - Free memory
- Amount Swapped

In addition, extensive detail can be requested for each application
currently executing by entering the process ID (PID).

Command examples:
OS20MEMU - runs program in default mode
OS20MEMU ? - gives brief help and setup notes

To use this program:

- Download OS2MEM.ZIP in binary.

- Use PKUNZIP to convert OS2MEM.ZIP to its various modules.
The result of this will be files for all 3 video modes - any
which are not needed may be deleted; i.e., if you will only
use 50 line mode, you may delete *.P25 and *.P43.

- Add a "device=" statement to your config.sys file for OS20MEMU.SYS.

- Place OS20MEMU.DLL in a directory described in your CONFIG.SYS
"libpath=" statement.

- Place OS20MEMU.EXE in a directory in your path.

- Place the *.P* files in a directory in your DPATH.

- Reboot your machine to get the OS20MEMU.SYS device driver loaded.

- Enter OS20MEMU ? for more information or OS20MEMU to run the program.

Change History:

93/1/7 Version 1.0:
- First general release.

Glenn Brew
Ross Cook

  3 Responses to “Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : 20MENU.ZIP
Filename : OS20MEMU.TXT

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