The "vmstat -s" command shows the number of revolutions of clock hand. My SA says that
if it increases by 3 or more per minute (i.e. 1 or more per 20
seconds) thhen it indicates a shortage of real memory. I have searched for information
on the clock hand revolutions and have not been able to find it.
Could someone explain to me what is is. Many thanks.

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