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

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Process Managment memory-leak in Windows Server x64?

After clean install and boot of OS Windows x64 I launched cmd.exe (any other exe) and closed it. Then I launch rammap.exe (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/ff700229.aspx). On the 2nd ...
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Why does Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard edition show only 20% of my available memory?

Fellow Techies-- I have a LENOVO x3650 X6/x64 based Windows server with 4 18 cores/36 logical processors-- with installed physical memory (ram) @1.5 TB, total virtual memory @1.5 TB. However, I am ...
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Node.js Server with PM2 Crashing with error ENOMEM - but no memory leak

I have an EC2 instance running a node.js server (Express based). After deploying in a new environment, my service had started crashing almost instantly with spawn ENOMEM Errors like this one: ...
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BUG message on xenserver 6.5 - bad memory?

Several times a day I receive the following error in /var/log/messages. The server hangs and requires a reboot to respond again: Feb 1 13:44:54 xenserver-abfuqvrs kernel: [35023.166776] BUG: unable ...
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Calculation of Xeon server memory bandwidth

I am looking at a dual socket server based on the Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2640 v3 @ 2.60GHz The configuration looks like this. 4 memory channels per socket DIMMs are 8x32 GB DDR4 2133/1866 modules ...
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LSF nodes die after exhausting all memory

I have a LSF cluster and experience the following problems. After some time, random OS processes start to die (they become zombies or defunct), and the LSF nodes do not report any troubles back to ...
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RHEL 6.7 cache causing out of memory errors

I have a (large) system that has cache behavior that I don't understand. It seems that the cache ran the system out of memory. How is this possible? Doesn't the kernel clean up the cache when there'...
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After move SQL isn't releasing memory for queries

We recently made a move from one VM hosting environment to another. The machine we moved is a clone so all settings are identical pre- and post-move. However in our new environment our SQL server is ...
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Limit amount of allocateable memory for process

I've got a windows service written in C#, that does some heavy work (irrelevant for the question) running on a remote machine (Windows Server 2008). Every now an then a client application contacts ...
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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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Why can't I malloc as much memory as `free` reports as being free?

The following C program allocates slices of 10MB of memory until it is killed by the Out of Memory killer. #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <string.h> #include <...
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How can I use huge pages and libhugetlbfs on a Debian EC2 PVM instance?

On my local machine (i7 9200) running Debian Wheezy amd64 I can get some significant speedups on some "big data"/HPC type stuff by: Following the instructions here to reserve some RAM for huge pages ...
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Sun Fire V40z, big gap between memory reported by dmidecode and what the Linux kernel sees

I'm looking after a V40z (a loaner), running RHEL 4.8 (no, I can't update it, it's a loaner) that according to dmidecode has 8 DIMMs of 2048M each, which makes for 16GB RAM as far as I'm concerned. ...
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udisks-daemon eating up all my memory

I'm operating a little storage server on debian, over the past months I've noticed the process udisks-daemon eating up almost all available memory. Is this just really aggressive caching or a memory ...
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High load average, low CPU and IO (Centos 5.7)

A Drupal 7 site with CiviCRM, after running smoothly for a year on a 1&1 VPS suddenly became unresponsive. Now pages eventually load, but can take more than a minute. Looking at resource use in ...
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Nvidia Pascal architecture: DMA Size / maximum amount of host system RAM?

We are planning to build a pair of multi-GPU Linux servers for machine learning and data science tasks. Per our requirements, we need to put a lot of RAM in these machines; we're planning on 24x 64GiB ...
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AWS Elastic Beanstalk Instance - debugging low CPU but high memory usage

I'm running a small t1.micro instance on Amazon Elastic Beanstalk. The app itself is a Java web server, uploaded via a .war file, that responds to requests from a remote Heroku web app. Upon ...
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ps output is not correlated to free command?

I am getting sum of all reserved memory in KBs by using following command:- ps aux --sort -rss | awk '{sum +=$6} END {print sum}' OUTPUT: 14746220 i.e. 14.74GB However free -g returns 27GB as used. ...
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XEN VPS wrong memory?

I ordered a VPS on XEN platform with 1 GB of memory. CentOS 6.6 uname -a Linux vps 2.6.32-504.23.4.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Tue Jun 9 20:57:37 UTC 2015 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux I checked the ...
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Physical memory runs out after sql changes

We have an 2008 r2 server working for 5 years, its physical memory was always around 70% but after our last site code and SQL stored procedures and functions updates it got to 94-96% and all the pages ...
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How to increase the amount of memory used for caching on 32 bit Linux?

I have a server with 64 GiB RAM running 32 bit Debian GNU/Linux v7.9: # uname -a Linux srv1 3.2.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.2.68-1+deb7u5 i686 GNU/Linux # free -m total used ...
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Xackup Backup Type for Xen Server 6.5

I'm running the Xackup trial and started backing up a few linux and windows VM's. I selected disk and memory state as the type of backup. Everything ran fine and backed up ok. When I went to edit ...
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Windows equivalent of Linux vmstat pswpin and pgfault?

Is there a way to query Windows for the total number of pages swaped in / out and total amount of page faults? (values found in /proc/vmstat on Linux) I could only find ...
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Are 2Rx4 DDR2 ECC memories compatible with Intel Xeon on socket LGA771?

For my Intel Xeon L5420 (LGA771) I bought 24GB of DDR2 ECC Reg, 2Rx8, knowing that 2Rx4 are specific to AMD chipsets or, at least, the non-ECC ones are. However, this slick seller instead sent me ...
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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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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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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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PCIe card memory regions ignored on linux kernel 3.13

On my system, with kernel 3.13.0-32-generic (Ubuntu Server 14.04.1 LTS) installed, one of the PCIe boards in the system (06:00.0) is having it's memory regions ignored: Interrupt: pin A routed to IRQ ...
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Mysql with low memory on development environment

How to set mysql to run on very low memory? (preferably under 100MB and max 250MB) Currently it's running for about 400mb. I can't turn off the innodb because production using innodb. Is there any ...
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How do I increase the curr_connections limit using memcache?

I am using a server with Centos 6.5 64 bits Kernel 2.6.32 and 64 GB RAM and 12 threads cores, and I cannot get increase the current connections used in memcache. This is my STATS output: # echo ...
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Amazon ec2 - Error occurred during initialization of VM Could not reserve enough space for object heap

I don't have any experience of working with servers, so please explain your answer in detail or provide a link to support your answer. I want to restart server and executing command for that gives ...
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Monitoring and reporting on page faults to determine memory issues

I'm in the process of configuring a performance monitor(s) against all servers in my domain. I'm using WhatsUp Gold 16.2 to send an alert when we reach certain thresholds. I recently read an article ...
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Hardware configuration for head nodes (HDDs, memory, processor, redundancy)

I'm designing a head node whose primary function is to submit jobs to the Torque/Maui scheduler and secondary function is to run test jobs. Unfortunately, most hardware selection guides for clusters ...
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How to use kexec to do a live upgrade of hotswap ram on a CentOS vm image?

Just as the question states, is there a way and what's the best method todo a live ram upgrade with kexec?
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Windows app not allowing debugging

I'll start by saying, I am not sure if this should go in StackOverflow or ServerFault. I posted it in StackOverflow earlier, but its been getting votes to close the question, so I assume it should be ...
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High CPU load by system during slow memory allocation to a process

I encounter an issue on one of my server (centOS 6.4 with kernel 2.6.32-220.7.1.el6.x86_64). Let me explain it : when I run 4 processes (let's call them p4), I saw that memory allocated to them ...
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How to read the address of the XSDT table, as provided by `acpidump`?

I want to access Physical memory in BSD. acpidump -t XSDT > xsdt_dump.asl it is giving: /* RSD PTR: OEM=ALASKA, ACPI_Rev=2.0x (2) XSDT=0x9aae8070, length=36, cksum=164 */ /* XSDT: Length=...
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Apache httpd process using too much memory

I am running a dedicated apache web server on CentOS6 it has: 12GB memory 4 cpus My httpd config is as follows, from /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf Timeout 60 KeepAlive Off MaxKeepAliveRequests 100 ...
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Should I consolidate multiple identical VMs into BSD jails?

We run a number of Openfire XMPP/Jabber servers. Due to the way Openfire works, we cannot easily run multiple Openfire instances on one server, so I have 5 identical VMware ESXi VMs, each with CentOS, ...
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what is the default size of jvm heap when using maven to create jvm?

I am using the server started by the following command. mvn jetty:run i want to stop the server, but i failed to run mvn jetty:stop, even faild to run java -version, why? [mirror@home wpse]$ mvn ...
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Mounting shared memory in XCP/ XEN Server,for storing VM

Requirement vm with 2HDD each 1gb OS will be installed on hdd 1 and required data on HDD 2 I want all my VM running on Xen Cloud Platform XCP 1.1 to use /dev/shm of host machine for HDD1. Is ...
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Set total memory limit with Torque

I run a moderately sized cluster and I am having a queue problem. For example I have a node with 128GB of memory and a program that I set the amount of memory per core. So for example if I set memory ...
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Acceptable memory limits on a VOIP, MySQL and HTTP server

I'm currently running a Mandriva(Linux) server with fairly low memory (1GB). At the moment the specs are looking like this(it currently is used for VoIP(sip), MySQL and HTTP): freememory total ...
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Are memory and thread managers on Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 Home/Prof/Ultimate same?

I was asking one question on DBA site, and I got a reply, that implies, that Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 Home/Prof/Ultimate have different memory and thread managers. Is this correct?
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Tracking huge buffer usage under Linux

I'v a Linux server running under Debian Lenny with 4Go of RAM. It doesn't run a large number of stuffs: Postfix/spamassassin (daemon mode) Bind9 KVM (one guest - 1Go of RAM for it) Every day at ...
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strange memory usage pattern on windows server 2008 on login through remote desktop

I'm running Windows Server 2008 Datacenter Service Pack 2 on a VM Ware instance with 10Gb ram allocated. I'm not running IIS or SQL Server. Under 'normal' conditions, the machine uses ~5.5Gb of ...
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sql server using all the memory on the box and throwing timeouts on pedestrian queries

I have max memory set. But at least 1 time a day the Sql Server hits over 95% of the ram in the box, and page faults for more. In the meantime the website is throwing very obscure timeouts on simple ...
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Why Linux free memory is not just the 'free' of '-/+ buffers/cache'

I learned and always think that linux free memory is the "free" of "-/+ buffers/cache" You can get this knowledge from lots of website. Meaning of the buffers/cache line in the output of free http://...
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Apache maximum memory size per child

Running apache 2.0 on ubuntu 14.04 (MPM prefork), I'm seeing multiple child workers with variable "RES" megabyte values (as expected). While I have plenty of RAM to handle all of these processes (i.e. ...
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Can't increase Java heap in Debian

I'm setting up an environment to run some web apps developed in Grails, and deployed in Tomcat. I made the default configuration and the first web app deployed just fine, but after logging in, the ...