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When looking at the output of the "ps aux" command, RES indicates:
|A.||The process runstate.
|B.||The number of REStarts.
|C.||The number of RESleeps
|D.||How much of the process is actually mapped into main memory
|E.||The number of domain resolution API calls.
The runstate is actually shown by the ps command, but that column is not called RES.
There is no such thing as Restarts.
Resleeps is a word I invented.
RES stands for Resident Size, which is the amount of main memory actually being used by this process
This sentence is something I made up.