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There appears to be no way around it. LXC uses cgroups to do its RAM-limiting, and non-virtualization aware tools read stats like /proc/meminfo which is not contained within LXC and will output the overall RAM in the system. You can see this behavior with free or top as well when run inside the container. Source: ...


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You can use Out-Minidump function for PowerShell: Out-Minidump writes a process dump file with all process memory to disk. This is similar to running procdump.exe with the '-ma' switch. Basic usage: Enable PowerShell script execution via Set-ExecutionPolicy cmdlet. It should be Bypass, Unrestricted or RemoteSigned. Details: If you (or a helpful ...


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Currently the proc filesystem is not "container aware" in mount namespaces, so tools basing their logic on this will get host-related values instead of container-related values. But a work is in progess, it's called lxc-fs and few releases are available here. This is a user-space workaround that will make possible a bind mount over /proc to get things ...


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It's possible that this is a bug in SQL: When you run a Full-Text query that uses compound words in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 or in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2, you receive the following error message in the Error log file: Date Time spidID Error: 701, Severity: 17, State: 123. Date Time spidID There is insufficient system memory in ...


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These errors are coming from the EDAC - Error Detection And Correction edac_mc class of the device. The events that you are receiving are CE events (Correctible Errors). These are indications that a DIMM is beginning to fail. EDAC has not reported any specific information about which memory row or channel it refers to so it's difficult to tell which one to ...


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Memory supported by SC1425: 1GB ECC Module 1024MB-400MHz DDR2-400 PC2-3200, 240p DIMM, ECC, Registered, 1.8v 677ms-677 2GB ECC Module 2048MB-400MHz DDR2-400 PC2-3200, 240p DIMM, ECC, Registered, 1.8v 678ms-678 4GB ECC Module 4196MB-400MHz DDR2-400 PC2-3200, 240p DIMM, ECC, Registered, 1.8v 690ms-690


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I faced with the same problem recently on my HP Proliant DL360 G9 and VCenter 5.5. Here is the magic sequence from Cannot clear Hardware Status warnings and errors in VMware vCenter Server 4.x and 5.x that helped: To clear warnings and errors from the Hardware Status tab: Click the Hardware Status tab. Click the System event log view. Click Reset ...


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I would argue that running FreeNAS with non-ECC RAM is a stupid idea, as is running it as a virtualized guest, when the data stored on the ZFS volume is important. Joshua Paetzel, one of the FreeNAS developers, has a good write-up on this topic: ...


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As mentioned by Petter H in his answer, the OOM killer has kill qmgr process. Unfortunately the qmgr is the heart of Postfix mail delivery. When you kill the heart then you kill the person that owns it. Postfix maintain qmgr process as persistent one. It shouldn't die unless the master process told it, perhaps for reloading configuration. If qmgr died ...


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Most hardware handles this logging natively. For example HP's iLO baseboard management controller spouts ECC memory error activity to its Integrated Management Log. So, the generic answer for the generic question is: Check your hardware management system's capabilities and resources.



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