🔗 vm_objects Report
VM Objects are the objects which are in Virtual Memory. These are objects which are currently being retrieved and those which were kept in memory for fast access (accelerator mode).
This may also include objects which are stored in the RAM cache (cache_mem) with no disk copy.
This is usually much smaller report than the full objects report. But can still be very, very large.
🔗 Example Report
KEY 8647602FCCBC865DC15C3DF4C5F2C115 STORE_PENDING NOT_IN_MEMORY SWAPOUT_NONE PING_NONE DELAY_SENDING,RELEASE_REQUEST,PRIVATE,VALIDATED LV:-1 LU:1328058169 LM:-1 EX:1328058169 3 locks, 1 clients, 1 refs Swap Dir -1, File 0XFFFFFFFF GET cache_object://localhost/vm_objects inmem_lo: 0 inmem_hi: 213 swapout: 0 bytes queued Client #0, (nil) copy_offset: 0 copy_size: 4096 flags: KEY FDB69EC852645CFA0524B0E287481733 STORE_OK IN_MEMORY SWAPOUT_NONE PING_DONE CACHABLE,DISPATCHED,VALIDATED LV:1328057880 LU:1328057882 LM:1297271595 EX:-1 0 locks, 0 clients, 1 refs Swap Dir -1, File 0XFFFFFFFF GET http://www.iana.org/domains/example/ vary_headers: accept-encoding inmem_lo: 0 inmem_hi: 3209 swapout: 0 bytes queued