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Aug
29
comment Simple method of detecting and reporting server outage?
@kasperd - In this case I'm monitoring for a very specific failure scenario, and ping will be sufficient.
Aug
29
asked Simple method of detecting and reporting server outage?
Aug
28
comment Why might debian become unresponsive with virtually 0% CPU usage?
@AndrewSchulman I don't see anything in kern.log or syslog that looks like an error.
Aug
28
asked Why might debian become unresponsive with virtually 0% CPU usage?
Jul
22
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
9
revised Process specific ulimit still low after changes to soft and hard ulimits
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Jun
9
revised Process specific ulimit still low after changes to soft and hard ulimits
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Jun
9
comment Too many file descriptors on Debian, ulimit -n has no effect
Are you able to elaborate on this a bit please?
Jun
9
asked Process specific ulimit still low after changes to soft and hard ulimits
Mar
12
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
8
comment Understanding difference between system and process memory in htop
Oh, and htop version is 0.8.3
Mar
8
comment Understanding difference between system and process memory in htop
I've updated the question with the output from free - will try to post a screenshot later. free is reporting about 5.4GB in use / 2.7GB available. I'm under the impression that htop generally shows higher memory usage than other tools, so I guess htop must mean 456MB free as you say, still, it seems very low.
Mar
8
revised Understanding difference between system and process memory in htop
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Mar
8
comment Understanding difference between system and process memory in htop
In that case, it would be the opposite convention to the swap usage shown directly under it (currently showing 0/2074 with no swap file usage) - are you sure?
Mar
7
asked Understanding difference between system and process memory in htop
Jan
25
comment How to reproduce read ETIMEDOUT with node_redis on my local dev machine?
Thanks. The problem Is I'm on windows for dev, so don't have iptables - but perhaps I'm going to have to connect to a remote redis.
Jan
24
asked How to reproduce read ETIMEDOUT with node_redis on my local dev machine?
Dec
9
comment ulimit -n not persisting, tried everything
You shouldn't really be running node as root in production
Dec
9
comment ulimit -n not persisting, tried everything
@gladoscc - Did you figure this out in the end?