Yes, response in Apache, and vsFTP gets really slow until more memory frees out.
(Report from users and other admins while I was testing the system.)
On Fri Jul 30 20:42 , Colin Kingsley <ckingsley@×××××.com> sent:
>As far as I know, your system should be stable. The details of how
>much memory/swap is used at any given moment probably depends on your
>kernel, how much memory you have, etc.
>Do you have any actual evidence of the slow down you mentioned? the
>system should begin using swap when/if it needs to. it looks to me
>like you discovered the "free" command and are seeing problems where
>On Sat, 31 Jul 2004 03:53:58 +0200, lukas lukas@××××××.de> wrote:
>> On Saturday 31 July 2004 02:42, Gyujin Park wrote:
>> > Does this mean the system will be still stable with 99% memory usage?
>> > I mean, at some point it should turn into swap. The system reaches up
>> > to 99% physical memory usage with less than 3 MB of physical memory
>> > left.
>> "free" gives me the following outout on my workstation:
>> total used free shared buffers cached
>> Mem: 1550840 1308096 242744 0 94244 859148
>> -/+ buffers/cache: 354704 1196136
>> Swap: 522104 23868 498236
>> About 84% memory is used. But about 900MB are used for caching and
>> buffering, so in fact there are only about 346MB in "real use".
>> If your memory is 99% without buffers and cache, then there is
>> something wrong (but I don't know what).
>> Can you see a process that consumes that much memory when you are
>> calling "ps" or "top"?
>> What kind of kernel do you use?
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