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Automatically Kill/Restart Process(es) When Memory is Critically Low

I have a Debian Wheezy VPS box where am running a couple of Django apps in production. Ideally, would have tried addressed my current memory footprint issues by optimizing the apps, adding more RAM or ...
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1answer
99 views

msmdsrv.exe is taking 1.5 GB of memory? [closed]

I have a windows server and this server has 4 GB of memory. But the msmdsrv.exe is taking 1.5 GB of memory. What is that, and why is it doing this? How can I make it stop? This is a production ...
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1answer
59 views

Server Consume 47 %of RAM [duplicate]

I have server dual core with 2 gb of RAM and 2 website with no many traffic and the RAM it´s to 47 % , i have simple web in html and one wordpress with only some informations and nothing traffic I ...
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2answers
217 views

Moving a process to and from swap [closed]

I've got serveral processes (game servers) on my linux server that use up 50MB of RAM. They are not constantly being used, and I'd like to be able to run more instances than my RAM capacity allows. I ...
0
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1answer
128 views

Apache process races away (process size explosion)

I come here because I have searched and tried different optimization without finding any answers. We have a server with four websites hosted. The frequentation is not very high (we are sure that the ...
0
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1answer
73 views

Linux released memory

If My process allocates some big memory and then deallocates, would top or gnome-system-monitor show that my memory usage of that process decreased ? or kernel will still reserve that memory for that ...
3
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2answers
812 views

How is htop “Swp” calculated?

When I run htop (on OS X 10.6.8), I see something like this : 1 [||||||| 20.0%] Tasks: 70 total, 0 running 2 [||| 7.2%] Load average: 1.11 ...
4
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1answer
90 views

How to lock a process in RAM (make it unswapable)

Is there a way to instruct the kernel (Linux kernel) to never swap a certain process that has already been started?
2
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1answer
532 views

Passenger - “Auto-kill” rogue processes?

I'm running a Ruby on Rails application with Passenger + Apache. There's also a perl mailing list server (Sympa) running with mod_perl. I have root and sh access to the server (an Ubuntu machine). ...
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3answers
183 views

finding the bottleneck

I have a process running that is opening TIF files. Each TIF file is just one regular page and they are maybe 100 kB each. Every time he opens a TIF file it tries to read a barcode in a specific area ...
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2answers
71 views

throw memory to a process

I have a process that inserts 10 million records into a mysql db and is running on a linux box with (4 * 2.13GHz processors + 4 gigs of Memory ). Right now it takes ~2 hours to complete and I'm not ...
0
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2answers
354 views

Process memory usage on Linux (post-mortem)

I'm trying to find memory usage stats for processes after they finish (on Linux). Is there a way to do this? I know I can get this data while a process is running by looking in /proc/{id}/status, ...
2
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2answers
468 views

Monitor Processes' Memory Usage

We have an IBM P series box running AIX 5.3. This is our application server, whereby our J2EE application is running in Oracle's Applications Server (version 10g r2). At around 11pm till the next day ...
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1answer
1k views

Is there a way to limit the memory a process uses in Win7 x64?

I think Linux can do this using ulimit, I'm looking for something similar in Win7 x64. The problem is some times a process doesn't know the physical memory is already exhausted and continues to ...
1
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2answers
4k views

Determining how all memory is used in Windows Server 2008

I have a Windows Server 2008 system, which has 12GB of RAM. If I list all processes in the Task Manager, and SUM() the memory of each process (Working Set, Memory (Private Working Set), Commit Size, ...
8
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5answers
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Dump a linux process's memory to file

Is it possible to dump the current memory allocated for a process (by PID) to a file? Or read it somehow?
9
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3answers
15k views

How to get - number of threads per process?

This is one Ubuntu 9.10 server. Also how to see memory usage per process? Thanks
4
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2answers
2k views

Graphing process memory usage on Linux

I'm trying to diagnose a memory leak in a process, and looking for a tool to graph its memory usage over time. Is there any tool on Linux that supports diagramming in a form similar to Windows ...
7
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5answers
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How to measure solaris process memory usage?

How to check how much memory a solaris process consumes? I'd like both total address space allocated and the amount that is resident in RAM. I tried summing pmap output with some awk script, but it ...
1
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4answers
14k views

How can I determine how much memory a process is using in AIX?

How can I determine how much memory a process is using in AIX?
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2answers
1k views

Oracle 9i Instance Memory Usage?

My question deals specifically with a way to tell how much memory is being used by an Oracle instance on a UNIX (Solaris) server. For example (I'm gonna really oversimplify this...), if I see that ...
0
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3answers
763 views

What could be causing 30+ Apache processes consuming all memory?

I have a VPS which hosts a site (http://www.tanguay.info/web) which gets about 1800 unique visitors per day. The site ran fine getting 3-second response times for weeks. All of a sudden on Friday ...