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RAM: UsageMonitor vs Measure

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derLeon
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RAM: UsageMonitor vs Measure

Post by derLeon »

so... whats now the correct value?
each line should show me the used memory.
i know there are different kinds of memory... but none of them is the same...
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what i want to achieve: show the usage per process as percent

has the usageMonitor-plugin a total-ram to get accurate percentages?
googled and searched. didn't find anything

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;rainmeter vanilla Measures
[MeasureUsedRamP]
Measure=PhysicalMemory
[MeasureUsedRamS]
Measure=SwapMemory
[MeasureUsedRamM]
Measure=Memory

;usageMonitor
;RAM
[MeasureRamUsedUM]
Measure=Plugin
Plugin=UsageMonitor
Alias=RAM
Index=0
;Calc
[MeasureRamUsedUMC]
Measure=Calc
Formula=MeasureRamUsedUM
;RAMShared
[MeasureRamUsedUMS]
Measure=Plugin
Plugin=UsageMonitor
Alias=RAMShared
Index=0
;Calc
[MeasureRamUsedUMSC]
Measure=Calc
Formula=MeasureRamUsedUMS

;sysout
[meterDebug]
Meter=String
MeasureName=MeasureUsedRamP
MeasureName2=MeasureUsedRamS
MeasureName3=MeasureUsedRamM
MeasureName4=MeasureRamUsedUMC
MeasureName5=MeasureRamUsedUMSC
Text=%1 Measure=PhysicalMemory#CRLF#%2 Measure=SwapMemory#CRLF#%3 Measure=Memory#CRLF#%4 Plugin=UsageMonitor Alias=RAM#CRLF#%5 Plugin=UsageMonitor Alias=RAMShared
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CyberTheWorm
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Re: RAM: UsageMonitor vs Measure

Post by CyberTheWorm »

try adding

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AutoScale=1
to your meter and see what you get after that. It kind of looked like you are getting the correct results.
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derLeon
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Re: RAM: UsageMonitor vs Measure

Post by derLeon »

CyberTheWorm wrote: May 3rd, 2021, 6:04 pm try adding

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AutoScale=1
to your meter and see what you get after that. It kind of looked like you are getting the correct results.
with scaled numbers it makes more sense... :D a bit.
seems to be the not-paged pool is missing in usage monitor
difference between swap and normal memory seems to be the cache...
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but it makes stilll not much sense to me.
if i open some youtube-videos at the same time the usage monitor ram shared is surprisingly more than the pysical memory from normal measure... WTF? do you have an idea what happens here? O.O
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either way. i will use the usage monitor RAM-shared for my displays since it is seems more logic to show full RAM...
:???: still do not understand why different numbers