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

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Server crashes when too much memory is allocated

my server crashes whenever one of my users is running a 'R' script (this script requires a large amount of memory). Below is the last top I saw: top - 11:32:39 up 20 min, 4 users, load average: ...
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High Sqlservr.exe Memory Usage

I have a problem with sqlservr.exe (version 2008). It use a more memory. I checked on windows taskbar manager, sqlservr.exe usage ( Mem usage - 8GB Ram). I dont know how can I fix it.Got the following ...
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Viewing SQL's cache RAM usage?

I hope this has a really simple solution, but I have a feeling it won't. I've not been able to find any information on this anywhere else, which isn't a good start! Basically we're running SQL Server ...
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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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how to set up shared memory and make it available?

I try to setup shared memory for Sybase ASE 12.5 on CentOS. My server has 17G memory, I want to make 14G (=17-1-2)available for sybase. (1G for os, 2G for ramdisk 14 = 17-1-2). here is the info: ...
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HP ML150 G6 upgrading RAM/CPU beyond specs?

I am being told that some limits on some HP servers can be crossed. Do any of you have any experience with that? A ML150/G6 is limited to 48GB RAM but I have been talking to a German company that ...
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Why the system information message when accessing an Ubuntu server doesn't match free -m?

Each time I SSH into my AWS Ubuntu servers I see a system information message, showing load, memory usage and packages available to install, like this: Welcome to Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS (GNU/Linux ...
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High load cause? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: what is my server high load cause (4 cores and 8 thread cpu) What is my high load cause? CPU,RAM or IO? 4 Core, 8 thread cpu top - 22:27:07 up 149 days, 5:26, 1 ...
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High memory usage of WordPress hosted on DreamHost VPS

Recently I see very high memory usage on VPS servers hosting my blog at DreamHost. There is not traffic increase in the recent months, but the memory usage is pushed by 250 MB. I tried looking at most ...
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How to see what is causing failcnt on tcpsndbuf

I am seeing a failcnt on my tcpsndbuf by looking at the user beancounters. How am I able to see what is causing this failcnt? I am experiencing problems with my server and I think that it is as a ...
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Lots of Apache processes but low pageviews

I have a question that maybe you can help me to answer. When I execute ps -aux from 00:00 to 00:03 I get about 30-40 apache processes but visits in such period of time are only 2 (Google Analytics). ...
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Xen Kernel on Debian Squeeze making 1GB memory 'absent'

Possible Duplicate: Fresh Debian Squeeze (6) Installation - Very High Ram Usage We have a Dell Poweredge R210 server with 8GB of installed RAM. This is a fresh install of Debian Squeeze, ...
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Filesystem cache accessible via HTTP?

After searching the web for hours and couldn't find what I was looking for, I thought someone here might have an idea ;-) I'm looking for Linux a program that will cache in memory a designated ...
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What resource limit is Java encountering on my Solaris server?

I have a (sparc) Solaris 10 server with 16G of RAM. There are over 4G free. Memory: 16G phys mem, 4371M free mem, 8193M swap, 8193M free swap I am running a lot of java processes (I'm using the ...
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guide for max memory bandwidth AMD Opteron 61xx series

the new opteron have 4 mem channels per CPU. general guidelines for Intel Nehalem: one DIMM in each mem channel results in 1333 Mhz more than 1 DIMM in each channel = 1066Mhz more than 2 per ...
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Relative seek times for various types of storage media

Does anyone know the approximate time required to retrieve and modify a kilobyte of data for various types of storage media in a typical modern server? Specifically: RAM Hard disk SSD This would ...