Find memory leak

Hi All ,
In our SAP application server (Solaris 10 X86 running on hardware HP ProLiant BL685c G5) physical memory available is day to day decreasing drastically. We suspect, there is a memory leak.
Could you please let us know how to find memory leak in Solaris.
Regards,
Rajesh.

Hi Rajesh
Memory leaks have a large number of possible causes, including:
•Unsupported hardware or software
•Custom Scripting
•Misconfiguration
•Third party hardware and software issues
The prstat command can be used to gather basic performance data to help identify if there are any processes consuming a large amount of memory. For example, the data below is sorted by the SIZE column. SIZE is the total virtual memory size of the process:
prstat -s size
If you are experiencing some of the symptoms described above or if you suspect a memory leak, it is particularly important that performance data is captured so the memory leak can be confirmed. It is important to gather at least the following pieces of information:
•Process ID (PID)
•Size of the process
•The executing command
•The timestamp information showing exactly when the data was captured.
while true
do
for pid in `cat pids`
do var=`date|cut -d' ' -f4`
echo "$var :\c" >> ps.log.$pid
ps -eo pid,vsz,rss,pcpu,args | grep $pid |grep -v grep >> ps.log.$pid
done
sleep 30
done
You could check the memory utilisation details through
#mdb -k
::memstat
kmastatRegards
Sadiq

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