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Every command i'm entering is returning “Abort”

I'm running FreeBSD and I started an instance of php-fpm. After that, every command I type (except kill and cd) just return "Abort". Last time this happened host said I had a memory leak, probably ...
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How to limit the memory used by an application in IIS?

The IIS worker processes are taking lot of memory on our servers. I want to limit the memory each application can use. I am confused whether I should set a limit on Virtual Memory Limit, or Private ...
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Users take over a minute to log onto a 2008 windows server. LSM.exe running at 100MB+ memory

We've a 64bit Windows Server 2008 running Remote Desktop. The application lsm.exe (the local session manager) appears to be leaking memory. Although the memory usage is quite low when the server is ...
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Having problems with high CPU usage and apparent memory leak of Exim

I'm having problems with my server and am hoping you can help. The culprit appears to be exim. The CPU usage is consistently high and the memory usage trends up and up and up for no apparent reason ...
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Memory leak in Windows Page file when calling a shell command

I have an issue on our Windows 2003 x64 Build Server when invoking shell commands from a script. Each call causes a "memory leak" in the page file so it grows quite rapidly until it reaches the ...
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How to limit memory usage by application in linux?

I have a closed source software with some memory leaks problems. Is there a tool or solution to "sandboxe" processes in a fixed amount of memory without using "ulimit" (to generic, I need a ...
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Does scheduling recycling app pool in IIS7 help the server conserve memory better?

I have a VPS (IIS7 with Win 2008) It's got: 40 websites and a SQL Server 2008 powering them with only 2 Gigs of RAM. None of the sites are mission critical, they are all just demos. I often have ram ...
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linux log memory hogging issue

We have a VPS server (it's using Virtuozzo). On a few occasions now, our VPS memory was fully used up and no new connections could be made to the server on SSH, SMTP, or POP. The only thing that works ...
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Is poolmon or an Equivalent Tool Available for Windows Server 2008?

Is there a version of poolmon available for Windows Server 2008 64-bit? This KB article says it only applies to versions up to Server 2003. Is this tool (or something equivalent) available for Server ...
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lsass.exe memory leak on windows 2003 server

In the past month or so I noticed that lsass.exe has started to leak memory, getting to 500MB+ of ram in under a week after reboot. Before this I had never noticed it using any significant amount of ...
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Glassfish memory leak?

I have been developing a flex application and noticing that my Glassfish server seems to be using more and more memory each time I tested the application. Specifically, it seems that to take more ...
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How can I setup BluePill to Monitor a Rails App Running via Passenger (mod_rails)

I recently launched a site running phusion passenger. Unfortunately, the site went down due to a frozen thread. I was able to save the server by doing kill -9 to the specific PID. Still though, I ...
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Is my Apache2 setup leaking memory?

Recently, I've noticed that my apache uses absurd amounts of memory on my Linode server (80MB more than it used to), and restarting apache2 seems to fix the issue. I run SVN over apache, as well as ...
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iis 7 worker process memory leaks / hangs

From my diagnosis the worker process stops responding randomly, the server becomes very slow with 100% cpu utilization. I'm not certain but I think its because of w3wp.exe process which is my app ...
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WmiPrvSE memory leak on Windows 2008 *R2*

I've seen references on Windows 2008 to WmiPrvSE leaks, but nothing about Windows 2008 R2. We're running R2 on top of Hyper-V (2008). We are also running NSClient++ for monitoring from opsview. Over ...
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Finding Memory Leak on Linux

I'm going crazy trying to find a memory leak on one of our main boxes. It runs CentOS, kernel 2.6.18, x86-64. The box (actually VM on Xen) has been running great with no problems since it was created ...
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How do I see what is allocated in my paged pool memory?

Here is a sample output of the !vm command in the kernel debugger of windbg.exe: *** Virtual Memory Usage *** Physical Memory: 259676 ( 1038704 Kb) Page File: \??\C:\pagefile.sys Current: ...
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Ideas on identifying the culprit for growing non-paged pool usage by AfdP?

We're trying to diagnose an issue where AfdP usage continues to climb until it hits a maximum and the system hangs due to lack of non-paged pool memory. We're working with a third-party application ...
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poolmon: Which driver uses “Thre”?

One step further: On my machine, the pool tagged "Thre" grows about 1MB/day. Searching for "Thre" with findstr returns about every *.sys file on my harddisk. Any ideas how I could reduce the number of ...
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How to analyze the output of poolmon

I've read the KB articles about poolmon but they don't tell me how to analyze the numbers. My first guess is to look for drivers where the value in the column "Diff" is very high. Is that correct? In ...