today i have the mission to tuning a Debian samba file server, previously i never ever touched it. RAM = 16GB SWAP = 32GB first of i ran a parted -l and a free -h and i saw one 3TB hdd: /dev/sda ...
I am using Debian 6 (Squeeze). The server has 4gb of memory in it, and 8gb of swap. I'm starting to get memory alloc errors at high application load times, but from top command: Mem: 4055944k ...
It is sensible that if you have any sort of block device encryption implemented on your GNU/Linux system, to encrypt your swap partition too, as any decrypted data may be written in cleartext at any ...
how to increase swap memory in debian?
My database server is using 191MB of swap space - but also shows 182MB of free RAM The box is a dedicated MySQL server, running Debian Lenny. How can I determine who and why is filling the swap ...
How should I decide what size to make my swap size on a new linux machine (Debian) with a reasonably large amount of Ram (2-4 GB)? Do I really need swap space defined?