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I'm not quite clear what you're asking. tmpfs is an in-memory filesystem but you apparently don't want the contents of /tmp to actually reside in memory, is that right? Then you simply don't use tmpfs and instead use an ordinary on-disk /tmp directory or dedicated partition with a normal file-system.


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I have a piece of string, how many knots can I tie in it? Really it's down to monitoring how much active load there is on the server and then simulating additional load to push it to a point where you can say for certain. For math... 50M requests/month, assuming 30 day month works out to about 19-20 requests per second... I'd guess it's possible, depends ...


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Can the server handle it? Yes. but.. Whether it actually will depends completely on your code. The servers you're viewing this page on currently handle about 75 million requests per month each, and they're pretty bored while doing it, peaking at about 10% CPU. So it's definitely doable. If you want to scale like that, you'll need to make sure that your ...


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RAM and SSD are orders of magnitude different in speed. I would suggest getting more RAM. If you need to swap, that's fine, but you KNOW that the best long-term solution is more RAM.


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Check the DIMMs (ram bars) to see if they need to be paired and placed in a certain order. This is an older model (2007ish?) and those had finicky DDR2. Plus, ECC/registered memory itself is super picky. There literally may be a certain order and pairing the memory needs. I ran into this all the time with SC1425's. Something to do with the chipset as well. ...


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This is really more of a developer question, and is not related to IIS. First thing you should do is identify which generation heap the memory is in (0, 1, 2, or 3 (Large Object Heap)) Process Explorer provides an easy way to display this information. For the most part, the .NET GC is self-managing. There are a few .config parameters to adjust ...


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Just use brd and create one brd device (ram0). Use that device in place of your usb drive. You can partition it using sfdisk, use the partitions and then use dd to dump it's contnents to file. There is no need to use one filesystem per brd device. Or (though little hacky) you can use tmpfs, create image file and use that as loop device. That might be the ...


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You have to specify that you want to use Memory as a Consumable Resource. Check in the Slurm config file that you have SelectTypeParameters=CR_CPU_Memory or something stating Memory and that the select plugin that you are using is the SelectType=select/cons_res.


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I made this SQL to show the tables vs disk hits ratio: -- perform a "select pg_stat_reset();" when you want to reset counter statistics with all_tables as ( SELECT * FROM ( SELECT 'all'::text as table_name, sum( (coalesce(heap_blks_read,0) + coalesce(idx_blks_read,0) + coalesce(toast_blks_read,0) + coalesce(tidx_blks_read,0)) ) as ...


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If the slot seems to be the problem you can visual inspect it. Check if it is not oxidized. Usually remove/insert of a memory module will clean the oxides. Besides that the slots being broken, I would test for: power supply - check the server's hardware log. memory controller - which nowadays is part of CPU - swap CPUs to isolate the problem. ...



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