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Linux Apache - atop showing 100% memory


I did some investigation before posting.

i noticed that during the time when the httpd consumed 100% memory, only few swap was used.

i got a link on StackOverflow that says its normal as unused memory is wasted memory on Linux.

please let me have your views on this.

ps: I was guessing that before memory becomes 100% used, the swap would be used up first. but this is not the case.

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Please post the full atop and free commands output.

Last edited by jlliagre; 11-13-2015 at 06:41 AM..
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Originally Posted by jlliagre
Please post the full atop and free commands output.

I dont have the output with me,i saw that during work.

But i remember part of the output, something like:

httpd 100%

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