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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by promak, Jun 8, 2003.

  1. promak

    promak Well-Known Member

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    Current Memory Usage
    total used free shared buffers cached
    Mem: 1030200 979892 50308 0 175156 631544
    -/+ buffers/cache: 173192 857008
    Swap: 2096472 852 2095620
    Total: 3126672 980744 2145928


    What Can I do for high Ram usage?
    Any one can reply me?
    How to free more ram for Server?
    I don't want to reboot everyday.

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  2. cPanelNick

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    Your actually free ram is the second number on the -/+ buffers/cache line. You have nothing to worry about.

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  3. promak

    promak Well-Known Member

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    is that it means 50308 = 50M can use?

    or all Ram Go to cache?

    i don't want my server down!

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  4. tAzMaNiAc

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    Some people who don't know linux/unix and still host.. Amazing..I pity their customers.

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    Just because someone posts here does not mean that they are in the hosting biz. :rolleyes: I have a dedi just for my sites that have outgrown standard hosting plans.

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  6. promak

    promak Well-Known Member

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    HA~

    Sorry You wrong.

    I just don't know why it use many Ram.
    Want to know more about it.

    I don't agree you said me "Some people who don't know linux/unix and still host.. Amazing..I pity their customers."

    other of my server not runing Cpanel i will limit all usage, will be some time speed will slow, but i just try to use cpanel , just learning cpanel, more and more i don't know about it, need to ask OK?

    :cool: :cool:

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  7. tAzMaNiAc

    tAzMaNiAc Well-Known Member

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    I wasn't directing it to you, but to promak. Of course, not everybody is in the hosting business here.

    People who run Cpanel should know how to run Linux, FreeBSD, etc. I've seen too many asking for things like "how to restart apache? Cpanel link to restart apache won't work!"

    Too many people out there are doing hosting as a free buck solution at the expense of _CUSTOMERS_. Not to mention at the expense of Cpanel support too who have to handle those questions.. See my point?

    Many here are also good, and I've learned from them! Great people too. You know who you are. :)

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  8. promak

    promak Well-Known Member

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    Sorry To tAzMaNiAc

    I know that, i will learn more about linux and freebsd now.

    ThankS!:eek:

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    Hey ..maybe being a little harsh. I have to admit I agree with your opinion about people not knowing hardly anything while hosting customers at the same time. BUT we all learn something every day. If we don't then something is wrong. When I started in 97' I didn't even know what Linux was. I thought it was a program that ran on Windows95.

    The best way to learn is to read and ask questions ..this is especially true to newbees. If no one asks questions HERE then no one answers and therefore nothing to be read but arguments and opinions. We all need to ask questions .. no matter what level of Linux knowledge we may have.

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  10. howard

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    another good option for general linux stuff is if you have a spare computer or excess diskspace is to grab a copy of rh / mandrake etc and play with that

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  11. promak

    promak Well-Known Member

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    I know what problem now.
    My ddr ram have problem i replace it and run great.

    Thank You To all of your help!

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    Well them not knowing how to convert bytes to megs is not simple Linux it is simple computer (tech) knowledge. At least they are trying to learn by posting here rather than collecting welfare! I think you forget how you got your start.

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