[erlang-questions] How to see which processes used ets table?

Gustav Simonsson gustav.simonsson@REDACTED
Tue Feb 5 08:51:16 CET 2013

Note that erlang:memory/1 gives memory in bytes, whereas ets:i/0 gives it
in words. On a 64-bit system 625M words would be 5GB, so the numbers you
get might be correct. Try summing the memory from ets:i/0 up exact and
compare it to erlang:memory(ets).

Gustav Simonsson

On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 3:42 AM, Solomon <solomon.wzs@REDACTED> wrote:

> I checked system info with erlang:memory/1 and found the total amount of
> memory allocated for ets tables was about 5GB.
> Then I sum the memory size return by ets:i/0 and it was about 600MB.
> So which processes used ets table and did not return by ets:i/0?
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