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Old 19th February 2012
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Use ps(1) and/or top(1) to see where the memory is going.

On FreeBSD, you can also use kldstat(1) to get some info on the kernel, use the -v flag, I *think* the size column in the size in bytes (Values seem about right on my system, but I didn't check it!).
OpenBSD doesn't have kldstat, I'm not sure how to get this information on OpenBSD.
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