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What you are looking for is the RES column, which is the actual memory (RAM) used by the process. SIZE also includes files that are maped by the process (so if those are large SIZE goes up, but the files are still stored on you hard drive).


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My copy of /usr/local/etc/pkg/repos/FreeBSD.conf read as follows in my jail: FreeBSD: { url: "pkg+http://pkg.FreeBSD.org/freebsd:9:x86:64/latest", mirror_type: "srv", enabled: yes } I changed that to 10 and it worked correctly FreeBSD: { url: ...


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You're not giving very much information: OpenBSD or FreeBSD server? what OS is the machine you are working on? does it happen from other machines that yours and can you give us the IP of the server? is it a virtual server somewhere? how are you connected? what exactly do you mean by "can't connect to my webserver at all" (do you receive an RST packet in ...


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edit the file /etc/crontab and change the line MAILTO=root to MAILTO="" Source: http://michaelprogramming.blogspot.com/2014/01/disable-you-have-new-mail-in.html


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Check the permissions of the winbind privileged pipe - the user that FreeRADIUS runs as needs to be able to access it. You probably need to add your FreeRADIUS user into the winbindd_priv group, and then make sure that the privileged pipe is owned by root:winbindd_priv. The winbind privileged pipe is usually in /var/lib/samba/winbindd_privileged/, or a ...


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I think the tunable knob should exist but perhaps it was better to keep it off by default. My reasoning is this, a application developer can get these sort of decisions wrong and ultimately a sysadmin, should have control over this sort of network policy not the application developer.


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It was all my network provider's fault. I revealed unusually big loss rate while using mtr to any host outside my local network. They did some diagnostics (disable/enable my adsl port etc) and ssh connectivity to my box became good as before. Sorry for bothering you.



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