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Apache Causing High Load

I'm having an issue with Apache 2.2.15 (CentOS 6.x x64) causing high memory load, to the point of consume 100% of an 8GB swap, and load averages >125. The VM is an Azure A2 VM (2 vCPU, 3.5GB RAM). ...
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A monitoring tool that captures processes' memory usage/cpu usage, etc over time [on hold]

I am looking for a way to diagnose issues, such as swap death, where a balooning memory process fills up swap and kills the whole machine (such as apache). I'm already using cacti and I can set up ...
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Avoid a crash when a process allocates too much memory?

Similar to this question, we have a computing server with 96GB of RAM that is used to run large jobs in parallel. Occasionally, the total amount of physical RAM is exceeded, which causes the server ...
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CentOS Qemu+KVM lot of virtual machine processes

I am on host-machine with Centos 6.5, qemu+KVM and 2 virtual hosts in it (behind NAT). Both virtual hosts were configured with Virtual Machine Manager (one of them is with Windows 2003 and other with ...
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SQL Server 2008 R2 does not utilize allocated memory

Our app runs on a server with 4 core CPU, 8GB RAM and Sql Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition (10.50.1600.1), 64 bit. Server dedicated to Sql Server, no other heavy service is running. We've set min/max ...
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How to take memory dump when IIS Applicationpool recycles

Applicationpools in our production environment randomly recycle because it reached its private bytes memory limit (Event id 5117). The private memory limit is set to 1.6 gigabytes. From time to ...
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XenServer 6.2 VM 100% CPU and 100% memory usage and won't boot

I had this problem today after a power failure. I had 2 vms and one of them won't boot and was using 100% of CPU and 100% of memory. Since it was very dificult to solve (at least for me) I want to ...
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When should I consider to add more RAM to VPS instead of CPU? [closed]

I have a VPS hosting a Wordpress site. When the traffic is too high, I usually see the CPUs are very busy and fully occupied. Therefore, I always try to add more CPU cores to the VPS. For example, 4 ...
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mysql becomes unresponsive at same time every day

My server goes down every day at same time. I found that the issue was due to mysql. I tried show processlist; and found that data base was entering in to sleep mode. I saw there was so many inserts ...
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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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MySQL Memory Limit Windows Server 2003

I am running MySQL 5.0.51a on Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition on an HP DL580 G4 with 3GB installed. One of my database tables has grown to 5.3 GB with an index file of 2.5 GB, which I believe is ...
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htop / top in centos - identifying anonymous processes

Running HTOP on my webserver - I can see lots of anonymous processes. Obviously I can't track down what these are without knowing what is causing these. Any ideas on how I can track down what these ...
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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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show used memory percentage while taking into consideration cached memory also

This command shows the used memory percentage on my Linux machine. free -m | grep Mem | awk '{print $4/$2 * 100.0}' It does not take cached memory into consideration though, which is also available ...
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How to show per-process amount of non-swappable memory?

I am using a VPS which has, unfortunately, stringent limits on maximum total size of non-swappable memory for all processes in the container; this limit is called in kmemsize in OpenVZ. I would like ...
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“-/+ buffers/cache memory” used is always 0KB

I have an OpenVZ VPS with Ubuntu server 14.04.2 and I can access to a SolusVM control panel. Recently, "memory usage" is always 0 KB, and only "vswap usage" shows real swap usage. if I run free -k i ...
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linux system slab cache proc_node_cache usage too large

My system run java program only, at some time the memory usage increase very quickly to a very hight percentage: memory usage of java : PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ ...
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Ever increasing mem usage by php-fpm?

It seems php-fpm is allocating more and more memory, although peaks and dips in amount of requests. Couldn't post more than one image, so I put them here. As you can see in the uri of the pictures, ...
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mysql hot add memory

Is it possible for currently running jobs in MySQL to utilize memory that's been hot added? It looks like when memory is hot added to the VM the currently running jobs are not utilizing the additional ...
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find out which memory pages are owned by kernel

I can obtain a wonderful memory map of all processes with the Linux command pmap $(ps -A | awk '{print $1}'|grep -v PID) | sort | grep \^0 It looks like ... 00007fd6dbf45000 4K rw--- ...
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Do I need more memory for my CentOS server?

When checking my server's memory usage with free -m I'm getting this result: total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 1024 1024 0 ...
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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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Is there any tool that I can use to monitor memory usage of each process on Linux easily? [closed]

This issue is not the same as the question on how to see the memory usage of a Linux process. Also, the top command doesn't give the exact memory used, but just what percentage one process uses, so ...
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Smallest footprint OS [closed]

Many FreeBSD users tell me that FreeBSD has the smallest footprint in terms of CPU & RAM usage. I'm looking for a server OS with the smallest possible CPU & RAM usage, so I will try FreeBSD ...
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How to calculate amount of memory being used for processing an array

I have an array of 6 million database records. Each record has 100 columns. Is there a formula to calculate the amount of memory that is being utilized by the server? Will this be exponential? The ...
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How to ascertain where to effectively allocate server resources?

I have recently received an upgrade to one of my servers of a 256GB SSD drive (this is in addition to two other primary 1TB drives) and a memory upgrade bringing the server to 64GB from 32GB of RAM. ...
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Ubuntu server memory fills up and Redis crashes

Here's /proc/meminfo: MemTotal: 7629488 kB MemFree: 237528 kB Buffers: 70536 kB Cached: 45612 kB SwapCached: 0 kB Active: 99400 kB Inactive: ...
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org.apache.tomcat.util.net.JIoEndpoint takes more memory

org.apache.tomcat.util.net.JIoEndpoint takes more memory as per new relic Thread profiler. The memory utilization never reduced even in idle time. It seems there is a memory leak in this class. Could ...
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Why is my java process using much more heap space than specified?

I'm running a Java application on Solaris using the -Xmx256M switch. When I connect via JMX, the JVM tells me the application is using about 50Mb of heap, and correctly states the maximum heap size is ...
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How to limit Apache sub-process memory usage?

— Yeah, just that simple question. It's too easy to consume a lot of RAM in brain-dead mod_XxX (say, mod_php) application, so I'm just wondering what does Apache allow to do as countermeasure.
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What's the technique to find out bottleneck?

I setup a wordpress on Digital Ocean for the smallest droplet for a few months. Recently, my blog gone viral (1000+ facebook shares) and the server take 50+ seconds to respond.(Google Analytics show ...
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Effects of configuring vm.overcommit_memory

My VPS web server running on CentOS 5.4 (Linux kernel 2.6.16.33-xenU) irregularly (like once a month give or take a few weeks) becomes unresponsive due to oom-killer kicking in. Monitoring of the ...
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Apache 2.4 prefork, MySQL 5.6 and 2GB RAM

I think I'm having problem setting up Apache24 correctly. Apache seems to taking up to much RAM, and I'm not sure how to configure it. The FreeBSD server is using 50% of it's swap space. We are ...
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Details on the utility `memhog` in Linux environment?

I'm working on reviewing memory usage on an EC2 instance running the Amazon kernel and ran across the utility /usr/bin/memhog but it has no manpage. Before blindly running, I was wondering what it ...
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Linux server memory usage and cache availability [closed]

It's a topic already discussed, but there's a point that i'm not really sure about. I want to see whether my server memory is well dimensioned (os is centos 6). I run the processus that will be ...
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Setting the MemoryLimit of a user-created systemd scope using cgroups as user

Related: LImiting overall memory usage for child processes Is there a way for an unprivileged user, or for root to allow an unprivileged user, to create a systemd scope (or other control group ...
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Memory Utilization Best Practices

I'm running several Linux-based VMs (vApps, actually) that have varying amounts of memory assigned to them. Some have databases, some web servers, etc. While some are using less than 40% of their ...
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Where did my RAM go?

Note: before you jump in too fast, yes I read linuxatemyram.com! I have a server with 64GB RAM. free -m says that my RAM is full, and it's not because of disk caching: total used ...
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Apache process growing despite limiting MaxRequestsPerChild

Server Version: Apache/2.2.27 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.27 OpenSSL/1.0.1e-fips DAV/2 mod_bwlimited/1.4 PHP/5.4.27 mod_perl/2.0.6 Perl/v5.8.8 CENTOS 6.6 PHP handler - DSO The server is running with prefork ...
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squid reverse proxy using too much memory

I have a bunch of small vps set up for http caching in a bunch of edge locations using squid as a reverse proxy (varnish caused more issues and had worse performance). These vps have 1gb of ram and ...
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free shows more memory used than top process total

UPDATE: This was being caused due to a known issue with nss-softkn. See this article: https://www.splyt.com/blog/2014-05-16-optimizing-aws-nss-softoken When I run free -m from my centos 6.5 box I ...
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Difference between ps_mem.py & free -m . Ubuntu server kills processes

Previously, I had a 4GB RAM server with Linode. Several times, I did "free -m" command to check available memory. I asked question here as well, but realized its more appropriate here. Most of the ...
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What does monit consider to be memory usage?

Once can have monit monitor memory usage… check system foo if memory usage > 95% then alert Does it use free RAM, or free -/+ buffers/cache? (or something else?) # free -m total ...
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Monitoring SQL Server 2008

I understand SQL Server doesn't release the memory unless the OS needs it. Then, monitoring Available Bytes (free memory) is not the best way to monitor the service. What other variables can give me a ...
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Why is Linux reporting “free” memory strangely?

This is a canonical question about how Unix operating systems report memory usage. Similar Questions: Server refuses to use swap partition Memory Usage in LINUX I have production ...
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SvcHost of TermService service on Windows Server 2003 consumes high memory

We patch our servers monthly, and if there are no updates to install, then they still get rebooted. When the server is rebooted, after it boots, the TermService service running in a SvcHost.exe ...
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Server overloaded, acts like out of memory, but thats not true

I have a Centos 6.5 server, running QEMU-KVM virtualization: hardware: 40 CPUs 400 GB RAM software: Kernel: 2.6.32-431.17.1.el6.x86_64 Qemu: 0.12.1.2 Libvirt: 0.10.2 There are 3 guests, with ...
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Memory usage of Postgresql and play framework

I am running a play framework application and a Postgresql server on a VPS which has 2vCores and 2GB of RAM and I'm having memory issues. I limited my play application to 1024MB with the parameter : ...
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Is it possible to list the files that are cached?

Here the output of free -m: total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 7188 6894 294 0 249 5945 -/+ buffers/cache: ...
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How to get memory util of LPARs from HMC?

I know I can get CPU utilizations with lslparutil from the HMC. But is there a way to get memory utilization stats of LPARs from the HMC? The metrics I found seems to be all configuration-related ...