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Yes, it is. If you are unclear about such things in the future, just test them out with small files on your old pool first. You can create pools from regular files as long as their size is at least 64MB. The commands are the same, just give it the full paths of the files instead of the device paths. On Solaris this would be: # create your test files cd /...


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I am running a box with 32GB of memory, and the standout difference is the DirectMap4k value; DirectMap4k: 493076 kB DirectMap2M: 7862272 kB DirectMap1G: 27262976 kB vs yours; DirectMap4k: 11182080 kB DirectMap2M: 4677632 kB It might be a starting point.. Googling suggests that this value might be affected by the allocation to a VPS ...


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I have solved my own problem. In essence, you can set variable according to os_family, but you have to do it correctly. See my fixed playbook below: --- - name: Set fact for Debian set_fact: destination: "/etc/nagios/nrpe.d/" nrpe_server: "nagios-nrpe-server" when: ansible_os_family == "Debian" - name: Set fact for RedHat set_fact: ...


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No, it is not normal. It is caused by the bug Excessive memory used in memory/innodb/os0file starting 5.7.8. It is tracked in Ubuntu as Excessive consumption RAM of mysqld daemon in Ubuntu 16.04, and there is also a discussion on Reddit.


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Roger's link has since rotted, here is the same on the Internet Archive's WayBack Machine, as of the last date archived before he changed his site: https://web.archive.org/web/20150530064010/http://rogermoffatt.com/2011/08/24/ubuntu-openldap-with-ssltls/ I've also taken the liberty to append his content below as well: The Starting Point I’m going to ...



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