Does anyone have memory allocation failures on Racknerd KVM?
I haven't been able to track the problem to its source, but every couple of weeks or so I find that either some daemon processes, like the webserver and NodeJS instances, have been unduly terminated without being supposed to, or that the KVM instance itself was unexpectedly rebooted, and upon the subsequent restart some of the automatically-started daemons are not running, such as, again, the webserver and NodeJS instances.
There are no system logs reporting either OOM conditions or errors, not even the random system reboots are logged, as if the KVM instance is hard-reset without issuing an ACPI signal; only the subsequent boots are logged, but not the preceding shut-downs, which happen accidentally and randomly every few weeks.
I suspect that Racknerd KVM instances may be over committed with respect to the host server memory, and this may cause accidental crashes to guest processes and to the VM itself. I don't think this is implausible considering the extremely low prices.
Anyone else noticing similar weirdness?