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It's filled up with cache. Still available to programs if they need it, but currently allocated by the kernel. Take this graph of one of my VMs: 'Apps' is only a little bit, but a large part of the rest of the memory is filled with buffers and cache. It helps to put as much disk data in memory to speed it up. However, the way the Linux kernel does it ...
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