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Unusually high nfs_inode_cache

My server is experiencing a high usage of nfs_inode_cache = 11G , im trying to figure out what's consuming all this , i know already that directories with large numbers of entries and deep directory ...
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lvresize: command not found - RedHat

No search results on google for this. So i am really confused now. I am trying to increase the swap space and lvresize says command not found. Please Help !! using RedHat 64bit
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 - free -m shows high memory used in second line but no process actually uses memory

I have a Red Hat Enterprise Linux. I understand that top can show high memory usage, which is fine. free -m shows below output: $ free -m total used free shared ...
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RHEL: What happens when memory starts to fail?

I'm getting ecc warnings from some server RAM. It's a pretty old machine so there isn't any warranty on these parts. If this were Windows I would expect to see BSOD. What can I expect from RH5.x?
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Oracle 10g on RHEL - All memory gets eaten up nightly at 20.15

Okay, to start things off, I'm brand new to Oracle DB. Much experience with Microsoft products (boo) and Ubuntu linux, but RHEL and Oracle are very new to me. The environment ... Oracle DB 10g ...
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How can I measure actual memory usage from my running processes? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Meaning of the buffers/cache line in the output of free I have two servers, server1 and server2. Both of them are identical HP blades, running the exact same OS (RHEL ...
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RedHat Linux: server paging, sum of RES/RSS + buffers + cached < TOTAL. Who is using my memory?

We have a server with 8GB, running mysql, 4 java applications and a small postgres db. We're having some issues with the system paging when running some mysql queries, so in order to see what's going ...
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1answer
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How much RAM do I actually have?

I have a RHEL 3 machine that is part of a VMWare cluster. In VMware mgr Im told the machine has 24Gb of RAM As built it had 8 GB of RAM Looking at /proc/meminfo Im told [root@vmware1 root]# cat ...
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Server Free Memory [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Free / Cached / Available memory on Linux My Redhat server shows the following: free -m ============= total used free shared buffers ...
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Moving/Adding Additional Swap Location - Redhat 5

OK, here's what's going on. I've got a RedHat 5 server with a swap partition (/dev/sda3) that's 3GB. For some reason swap memory is still being taken up on / (/dev/sda2), and fills up the drive on ...
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Increase memory to memcached

I need to increase the memory size for memcached. I have done this before, but I cannot remember all the steps that I took. If I remember correctly, I downloaded /etc/sysconfig/memcached and changed ...
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How to have linux top command show memory summary in megabytes not kilobytes

Redhat EL5 I had my top configured the just the way I like showing the memory summary and swap summary in MB. I had to close my shell and then when I re-opened it, it is back showing in (default ?) ...
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1answer
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VMware RHEL5 guest OS cached memory release

From everything I have read, RHEL will use all available/unused RAM for caching to increase performance. However, this becomes an issue for me in a VMware environment. VMware (ESX4) looks for guest ...
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RH 7.2: Memory usage in ps and top don't match; problem or normal behavior?

When I use the "top" command on my Red Hat 7.2 machine, it tells me that ~3.9 out of 4.0 gigs of RAM are in use, and that there's about 135meg free. When I use the "ps" command, however, to list all ...