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Memory size (100MB free)

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We are receiving traps about sizee memory. We have checked the memory and we only have 100MB memory free. Is this a normal memory consumption 100 MB free???? how could we release memory if it would be necessary???. I attached a screenshotCaptura.png

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%WA (IO Wait) got remain under 1% , swap shall not increase forever. You should monitor it in your monitoring software.

 

dont worry about memory unless monitoring shws issues, every has more or less same numbers. Unlike a server with random apps which have different needs, this is a tailored Linux that is running a specific software with specific needs. It shall not need more memory than the machine has unless there is an issue.

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L5 Sessionator

Hi Cos,

 

Got same info but memory alert. Seem to be normal.

 

Hope help.

 

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L4 Transporter

the question is more like 'does it keep progressing?' if yes then you have a memory leak issue and should open a ticket.

Hi 

These are the actual values of the Fw. 

 

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The questions is if 3.8 Mb is a standar value of memory usage.

 

best regards

 

Acuntia COS

 

%WA (IO Wait) got remain under 1% , swap shall not increase forever. You should monitor it in your monitoring software.

 

dont worry about memory unless monitoring shws issues, every has more or less same numbers. Unlike a server with random apps which have different needs, this is a tailored Linux that is running a specific software with specific needs. It shall not need more memory than the machine has unless there is an issue.

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