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Is this bad :P

RaymiiRaymii Member
edited November 2012 in General

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pun intended :P

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  • Hourly cron job?

  • Swapping ... consider a memory upgrade.

  • netomxnetomx Moderator

    He got 648 unused and 308 buffered, and 147 fro cache. he doesnt need to upgrade

  • @George_Fusioned said: Hourly cron job?

    Daily rather, however, only 2 gb for a server seems awfully low.
    M

  • @Maounique said: Daily rather, however, only 2 gb for a server seems awfully low.

    M

    Ah you're right. Didn't notice it was a monthly graph :D

  • Some people actually have a swapiness value set and like to use swap for what it was intended to be used for (putting things on disk that are hardly ever accessed.)

  • @Corey said: putting things on disk that are hardly ever accessed.

    In a home server with very little memory, this seems like a very good thing to do since servers are not so busy and the memory is scarce :)

  • @Maounique said: In a home server with very little memory, this seems like a very good thing to do since servers are not so busy and the memory is scarce :)

    So are you saying in a production server you will access every bit of memory frequently? Seems absurd to think that you won't have some things that can go to swap.

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