Thanks for the info.
None of them work for me, although BBSysTraffic kinda works sort of: For detected mem it reads 2.00GB, and for used mem it reads 0.00GB, but the percentage/graph reads 27% (currently) which is the best I've got so far.
This help me to answer your previous question
to me actually (sorry I didn't reply to you - you know how it is sometimes
This is a good example of bbLean just falling short for use in a pro environment - I use Mental Ray frequently and it's really useful to monitor realtime memory usage when rendering as it enables me to avoid certain types of rendering issues, such as the memory or swap unexpectedly being eaten up, which allows me to abort renders conveniently and address the issue.
I could of course use some other non-bblean monitors but I'd much prefer it to be a tiny-resource-using part of the shell.
Ideally I'd like an integrated version of what I use which is currently this
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Along the bottom is BBsystembar, BBpager, BBsysmeter, BBsystraffic, BBsysmeter, and BBnettraffic - I also use BBkeys, BBleanskin, and BBedgehook.
By an integrated version I mean having the functionality of BBsysmeter, BBsystraffic, BBsysmeter, and BBnettraffic all in graph form as a single plugin (I just tried using BBslit earlier for the first time and it was a confusing failure - probably my fault).
I'd never expect it, but having a plugin with the functionality of sysinternal's process explorer would be amazing - being able to tap into all the different monitors that it uses then arranging them as required, and having a hotkey to switch between different rc files on the fly for different monitoring environments would be something I'd readily pay hard cash for (Providing it had been well tested and debugged). Another part of my job is software dev project management - again the above setup would be invaluable.
Sorry for the long reply, and for straying from the topic - I'll post the above in the topic I've just linked to, as well as here.