Synonym for: RAM - Acronym for: Random Access Memory, a type of computer data storage.

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See what's filling up the server memory?

Our site goes down more and more often. Every other day. The server response time is too long and it just goes half blank. If I look in the browser source code, I see: Could not connect to the ...
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Small business server - ECC Memory… really? [on hold]

We need a server for a small businesse with less than 10 client workstations. It runs a database for trucking dispatch (Axon). We plan to install a Windows 8.1 Pro machine to act as the server. Do we ...
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RAM usage by Apache server in Wordpress Site

I need some advice as I have a VPS OpenVZ with 1GB Ram and 1GB burstable. I am running a site on wordpress and my site users are about 2000 per day. My DB size is about 90MB and I am using latest ...
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Swap being used when RAM is almost half free

Today I noticed that I found the following thing: As you can see the RAM is almost half-free and the usage of swap space is very high. From my textbook knowledge, I used to think that Linux OS ...
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How do you know when server memory needs to be increased?

I have a VPS running a few websites for clients. Running free -h shows the following: ~$ free -h total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 994M ...
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Hot-remove memory in a Linux virtual machine

Linux supports hot-adding memory when running as a VM guest, in VMware for example. (Sometimes you need to manually inform the guest OS.) Is there a safe way to do the inverse operation — reducing ...
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Unbalanced server memory configuration concern [closed]

A request for a server (HP DL 160 Gen9) with 2 processors came through with a weird RAM configuration request today. They requested 2 8GB DIMMs and 1 16GB DIMM. Are there any numbers out there which ...
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Does Hyper-V Replication support memory replication?

Does Hyper-V replication support the replication of memory, or is it just the deltas between disk writes? ie, in a fail over situation would a server with a memory fault have this same memory fault ...
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Limited memory and CPU in the apache virtualhost

How can I limit the memory and CPU of each virtualhost on a apache running on CentOS?
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Xorg in an embedded system--leaking memory?

I'm working on an embedded system that runs a custom Linux platform and it appears that the Xorg process is leaking memory. According to top, Xorg's virtual memory grows until the system crashes. ...
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AWS EC2 Instance with Windows 2008 R2 Datacenter Not Using All of Memory

I have an m1.large EC2 instance running with Amazon Web Services. The OS is Windows 2008 R2 Datacenter. It should have 7.5 GB of memory, and the desktop background indeed says: Total Memory : 7.5 ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 using 100% SWAP with more than 40GB free memory [migrated]

I'm a bit at a loss trying to figure out why this would be the case. Can anyone provide some helpful ideas on troubleshooting this? free -m total used free shared ...
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Server memory upgrade of IBM servers - can I use non IBM memory?

We just receive some old servers IBM servers (DDR2 and DDR3). We want to use them to upgrade our Test Area. I see that there are second hand memory with very good prices. Can we upgrade with other ECC ...
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Which RAM slots corresponds to CPU 1 on HP ProLiant BL460c G6

I have this server with 2 CPUs and 12 DIMMs. All slots are occupied. I need to change a faulty memory module. I know it's in the slot 3 (E) of the CPU 1. And here comes my question since I haven't ...
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Enable HugePages on Linux for multiple services/processes

On one of my Debian machines I'm running a service on a JVM and a MySQL instance. I have enable the HugePages following various online guides but I'm having a problem. Here is my configuration: ...
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make mysql to share all cpu

I am very new to linux server .I am using centos.Sometimes my cpu gets overloaded because of the process mysqld over 100% PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND ...
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Show historic hardware changes in windows 7 [migrated]

Brief question: In Windows 7, Is there a log where I can see the ram memory of the system at different dates? Explanation: A friend of mine have detected some missing hardware (ram sticks) on some ...
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Does the Linux kernel really use 601 MB of RAM on a 16GB system? [migrated]

I'm developing a compute cluster and I'm trying to determine the maximum amount of RAM I can give to a single process. On a machine with 16GB of ram, the answer is that I can allocate (and touch) ...
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How to decide on VPS good defaults for PHP and Wordpress when it comes to memory?

I have (only) 512MB to spare. The only thing running on my VPS is PHP/MySQL and on top of it Wordpress. No mail server or any other application, just Wordpress and LAMP stack. How to decide how much ...
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CentOS 99% memory usage

for the past week my CentOS VPS has had 99% memory usage. [root@server ~]# free -m total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 2048 2032 15 ...
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How much memory does my SQL need?

I have a VM (SQL database server) that I think has more memory then it needs, however I'm not sure what I can reduce it to because I don't understand exactly what "In use", "Available", "Committed" ...
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HP Proliant ML110 G6 RAM Upgrade Issues

We have an HP Proliant ML110 G6 server running here at work which presently has only 8Gb RAM installed. The RAM presently in the system is Integral IN3T4GEZBIX or in other words PC3-10600 unbuffered, ...
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Dell PowerEdge C1100 Memory Configuration

I have a Dell PowerEdge C1100 server with 48GB of DRAM (12x4GB modules, two modules per channel). Now I'd like to add some memory. I do not want to buy more 4GB modules, because it will give me a ...
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What is Slab, SReclaimable and SUnreclaim? What does Slab solve and how does it behave under load?

I have a server with 32 gigabytes of ram, with htop reporting 29 gigs used, with 4 gigs of swap in use as well. cat /proc/meminfo returns around 13 gigabytes of memory listed as SReclaiable. What ...
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xen vm memory missing

I have an Ubuntu server with 320GB of memory. I installed xen 4.4.1 on this machine, and run 2 Debian VMs. One with +-100GB of memory and one with +-200GB. Everything worked fine, until at one point, ...
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elasticsearch glibc memory corruption

My elastic search clusters keep crashing for no reason. All I can see in the logs is : INFO | jvm 4 | 2015/04/17 19:10:09 | *** glibc detected *** /usr/java/jre1.7.0_04/bin/java: malloc(): ...
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How to find faulty memory module from MCE message?

I am trying to understand MCE message to find which memory module is bad on a server. This message appears in /var/log/kern.log in one server that freezes two times today. Apr 13 22:39:22 mbox ...
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Systems freezes + Memory issues

I have a Hyper-V 2012 R2 server and increased its RAM to 32GB from 16GB. (for a small business). 1-2 months after the upgrade the system started to freeze seemingly randomly. Whether it was posting ...
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Possible reasons for extremely low RAM usage on a debian 7 VPS

After a fresh install of a debian VPS, my system shows very low memory being used. I am not sure if this is even a issue. But according to 'free -m' My system is using only 21MB of RAM ...
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How to dump process in Windows Server 2008

I want to dump memory of windows process using just command line and without 3rd party tools. Is that possible if we assume that all necessary privileges aquired. Maybe it is possible to do using ...
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Striped Ubuntu box - minimal memory usage

I am currently building applications with Go, and since I can deploy binaries, there is no need to install servers, databases and whatnot. My question is: How much can I squeeze Ubuntu so as to have ...
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LXC container shows host's full RAM amount and CPU count

I've been using LXC containers for a few years and have recently expanded the types of applications that run inside of container environments. I'm starting to limit resources at the container level ...
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Confirm a memory leak by tracing “free” and “cached” in top?

I'm trying to confirm that there is a memory leak on my Linux device while in idle state (there should be no continuous memory consumption). I'm not interested in identifying the process that is ...
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What could cause Ruby's free heap slots to rapidly increase?

I'm diagnosing why our Rails servers seem to leak memory. In looking at New Relic today, I noticed that "Free heap slots" of our Ruby VMs seems to jump from almost nothing up to the baseline level of ...
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MSSQL 2008 r2 Express: there is insufficient system memory in resource pool 'internal' to run this query

I'm experiencing this error during the lifecycle of my DotNetNuke Installation. I've change the hosting server and now I've got a Windows Server 2012 with IIS 8 an SQL server 2008 r2 Express running ...
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See ECC correction count

I'm curious as to whether or not there's some performance counter that will log the number of ECC corrections required, that could perhaps be tracked as an early indicator of memory failure. I imagine ...
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How measure memory without copy-on-write pages?

How can one measure total RSS memory occupied by a set of (forked) processes, without double-counting shared and copy-on-write pages?
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What is the Rowhammer DRAM bug and how should I treat it?

DRAM chips are very tightly packed. Research has shown that neighboring bits can be flipped at random. What is the probability of the bug triggering at random in a server-grade DRAM chip with ECC ...
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Anon value from pmap list too high. how to lower?

I do not understand why apache is using so much memory. I ran pmap and received the following: 912117: /usr/local/apache/bin/httpd -k graceful -DSSL Address Kbytes RSS Dirty ...
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Growing memory use

Let me start with picture: This is memory usage of our backup Tomcat server. It is just hanging there, processing simple healt check request every couple fo seonds and waiting for main server's ...
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Is an ECC ram enabled GPU necessary for a server, or will a normal gpu work fine in a server?

Is it a requirement for a server to use ECC ram on a GPU while the normal CPU ram is ECC? Im thinking that instead of using a Quadro k6000 or AMD Firepro, we could use a GTX 980 or AMD r9 290...if ...
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System-wide JRE settings in deployment.properties file are ignored?

Basically I have the same problem as in this question. However the proposed solution doesn't work for me, not on a Win2003 server and not on a Win7 laptop used for testing. I have a Java SE 6 program ...
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Does swap on 32-bit OS with 4 GB make sense? [closed]

Does having swap space makes sense if I have a 32 bit OS (Linux) and 4 GB RAM already? As it would have to be addressable with a 32 bit address, which are already all "used up" by the RAM, would ...
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How can I find out what RAM is in my ProLiant DL380p?

I know what RAM is compatible with my server, but without taking the lid off I don't know what specific modules I've got. It took two seconds to find out from vSphere that I've got eight(8) 8GB DDR3 ...
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Linux memory usage higher than sum of processes

I'm trying to figure out what is eating my memory. I'm speculating that if it's not used by userspace processes then it may be from the kernel side. There is the output from some commands. I know ...
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Max memory for HHVM instance on vServer

Im tried hhvm on my vServer and have problems with the memory used. The performance is great, but the used memory consumption is horrible. I have a vServer with min 4GB and max 8GB memory and hhvm ...
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understand FreeBSD vmstat output about meory

My Dell PowerEdge server has 24GB memory and 6GB swap. It has some VirtualBox vms (virtual machines), one vm is assigned 10GB memory and no swap. Right now the vm is slow, the vm's vmstat output is: ...
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Adding new processor to HyperV server?

I currently have a HyperV Server 2012 R2 running on a motherboard that supports two processors, but currently has only one. It has 64GB of memory. I'd like to now add a second processor, moving half ...
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MongoDB mongos memory usage

Planning how to deploy a shard-ready cluster (Single shard at the moment, with all config servers and mongos processes), I've read the MongoDB operations best practices. I have doubts about the memory ...
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Linux high RAM usage for unknown reason

after searching around for this and only finding posts of people who do not interpret the "cached" figure correctly, I decided to ask this question. I have some servers at hand, which act strangely. ...