2 Customizing the Lisp Environment
|swap space required by an application||all|
|detailed information on the host machine's swap area||SGI|
|information on a running process||SGI|
For complete descriptions of these commands, use the UNIX function
man with the command as an argument.
The amount of swap space required by multiple invocations of the same Lisp image is not simply the sum of the swap spaces required by the individual Lisp processes. Multiple Lisp processes share one copy of the text segment in memory and thus use a reduced amount of swap space.
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