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i have noticed that my server has 64 GB RAM and i have application in this server but the server has free memory only 15% and utilized 85% however it didn't eat from swap .
does any parameter can be configured in kernel to make the system clear memory from cache like linux
i found... (4 Replies)
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There is a solution but it seems that it works only once - the first run (adding to a shortcut LD_PRELOAD=$HOME/linusmemcpy.so /usr/bin/firefox &) . Then an error occurs:
Failed to execute child process "LD_PRELOAD=$HOME/linusmemcpy.so" (No such file or directory)
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/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 mounted on /
it shows 95% full
what steps i need to follow in order to clear data???
what files i need to clear???
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I am facing a strange issue with wget.
I am not able to get the same data that I can get from my firefox web browser. I tried setting the user agent to firefox but i am still not able to get the same data.. Hope anyone can help point me to the correct direction.
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5. Red Hat
I am running in Issue that my total system RAM is 8GB. If I run command
free -m I get 6.0 Gb RAM
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I saw in Microsoft web site www.SysInternals.com a tool called CoreInfo from able to print out on screen the size of the Data and Instruction caches of your processor, the Locigal to Physical Processor mapping, the number of the CPU sockets. etc..
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I have an Ingres database logfile that grows constantly, iircp.log. It is always "attached" to the Ingres process that uses it, and I do not want to screw up the data. I have been copying it to another directory and then using vi on the original to reduce the size 34000 lines at a time. What I want... (1 Reply)
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