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onstat -g ufr Pool usage breakdown

The onstat -g ufr command displays a list of the fragments for the specified pool that are curently in use. Memory pools are broken into fragments for various uses. With the onstat -g ufr command it is possible to see a list of these fragments, the type of information they contain and their respective sizes in bytes.

Use the onstat -g mem command to identify the pool name and the onstat -g ses command to identify the session ID.

Memory usage for pool name 1458:                                    
size       memid                                                    
423272     ralloc                                                   
2520       ostcb                                                    
1256       gentcb                                                   
25952      sqscb                                                    
9400       sqtcb                                                    
10528      filetable                                                
224        ru                                                       
39792      fragman                                                  
1512       osenv                                                    
1888       sapi                                                     
5584       udr                                                      

Output Description

Heading Description Format See Also
memid The fragment number within the specified pool. Dec onstat -g mem
name The name assigned to this fragment. Str  
size The size of the fragment in bytes. Bytes  


    The first used fragment will generally be overhead and have a memid of 0.

    The information provided is generally used by Informix Technical Support personnel to assist in the analysis of a reported problem.

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