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revised It is possible to configure more than one haproxy in different machines to listen to same request?
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comment How to associate an existing RDS instance to an Elastic Beanstalk environment?
@velotron Same for me, but I got used to it!
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comment Where did my RAM go?
Likely found what's generating these junk directory entries, thanks to David Schwartz's answer above. Thanks for your help anyway!
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comment Where did my RAM go?
Actually, I do use libcurl a lot, more precisely its PHP bindings. My web server downloads and processes many images: they're downloaded into memory, processed, then uploaded to S3, never hitting the filesystem. Hence I have to admit that I overlooked your link, considering it too localized at first glance to impact me, but it might very well be this exact issue: I ran the same strace curl as the guy did, and found that it generated 7421 ENOENT (No such file or directory) for a single query! That must be it. So thanks so much!
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comment Where did my RAM go?
I know pretty well what my web app is doing, as I've built it from scratch. It shouldn't be doing any filesystem stuff, hence my surprise. Is there any way I could list the paths cached by the kernel?