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Please go through this KnowledgeArticle - BMC .
For more information related to Real memory available for use use by applications, refer documentation at below link:
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Thanks for response. But a case raised with BMC reveals logic for memory calculation has changed from 9.13.10 to 9.13.20.
Discussion with Dev Team reveals the logic of this parameter had been changed for 7.x version of linux in 9.13.20.004 version.
It gets the free memory from the below command.
cat /proc/meminfo | grep "^MemAvailable:"
And use this value divide the total memory to get the Real memory available
for use by applications (MEMAppUsablePerc) parameter.
Based on our dev team that this value is more accurate than free+Buffer+Cache for 7.x Linux server.
Seems documentation you have referred is not updated by BMC as yet.
Thanks for the update. Going forward it will help us as well.