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Process name post killing

I am getting OOM error and killed process error in logs. In the logs, I can see the process ID which has been killed by kernel but not able to find out which process is actually been killed. Can we ...
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How does OSX handle Out of Memory conditions?

Linux uses the OOM killer; what do Macs do?
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OOM-kill a process from user with highest memory consumption?

I have a multi-user system, where active users should get a fair share of the available memory. Can I set up Linux to kill a process of the user with the highest total memory consumption? This will ...
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How can I clear my cache?

I'm running a live CD linux distro and I'm getting out of memory exceptions. >java -version #Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM warning: INFO: os::commit_memory(0x0000000646e00000, 264241152, 0) ...
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Regain access to seemingly frozen Live CD session

A few weeks back I started a machine up with a copy of Parted Magic, and loaded up some webpages in Firefox on it. Just last week, upon getting back to looking at the machine, I noticed that lxpanel ...
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RedHat / CentOS 5.5 background process has restricted memory

I run Fisheye that uses Java for Linux. Settings go like this: generate options FISHEYE_OPTS=`$JAVACMD -Xms100m -Xmx200m -cp $FISHEYE_HOME/fisheyeboot.jar com.cenqua.fisheye.boot.OptsSetter` build ...
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receive signal before process is being killed by OOM killer / cgroups

In our cluster, we are restricting our processes resources, e.g. memory (memory.limit_in_bytes). I think, in the end, this is also handled via the OOM killer in the Linux kernel (looks like it by ...
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wProcess killed by OOM killer when plenty of memory apparently free

I'm working on an embedded ARM-based platform. 32-bit, 512MB of RAM, no swap. Linux 3.10.53 (some variety of Ubuntu, if that's relevant). Some code I'm working on is getting consistently oom-killed, ...
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OOM Killer: Processes have a score of over a 1000

All top links when Googling for OOM score seem to indicate that the values must be between -1000 and 1000. I tried to verify that with a simple cat /proc/*/oom_score | sort -n | less and I ...
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Any way to specify process to call on Linux when OOM activates?

On my embedded system I'd like to record when the system OOM killer actives, e.g. by setting an env. variable in u-boot. Is there any way to specify a hook function to call on the OOM event?
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Is unreclaimable memory allocated to slab considered used or available cache?

After evaluating /proc/meminfo, I see the following information: $cat /proc/meminfo MemTotal: 197852592 kB MemFree: 64755992 kB MemAvailable: 65655112 kB Buffers: 4388 kB ...
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Xorg consuming 1.1GB, is it a leak?

I am facing a problem wherein Xorg starts to consume more and more memory and finally eats up the whole swap space. As shown below, Xorg's virtual memory is about 1.1GB. My system runs only one GTK ...
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Possible slab memory leak related to bio and btrfs?

I'm currently running a rebuild on a btrfs NAS (~20TB) that had a drive failure. It's going to take a few days. My problem is about once every 24 hours the RAM filled up and the kernel starts killing ...
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pmap hangs on OOM process

I did attempt a search, but there doesn't appear to be much out there on pmap so here goes. I have a script that works with WebLogic instances to gather data on them which we can send to our Devs for ...
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Extremely high shmem usage

I'm trying to debug the issue that's periodically taking down my work machine. It's an OOM-type problem, and based on this /proc/meminfo output: Total: 32902608 kB MemFree: 4054100 kB ...
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Memory usage inexorably creeping upward

Just within the past day, my Arch Linux system has begun eating memory. This seems to begin when the system is powered on, and I cannot find a way to stop it. The symptom is that the reported memory ...
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Back up script causing issues

I've got this backup script I'm trying to use and I'm having issues with it. #Setup Variables DOMAIN=domainexample.com FILENAME=${DOMAIN}.$(date +%Y%m%d) DBSERVER=localhost DATABASE=databasename ...
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httpd and mysqld used out of memory

I choose 512mb ram for my Centos VPS with very low traffic new website .but after 2,3 hours after rebooting, i have only 24mb free memory. when i use top command: 2981 root 20 0 37176 10m ...
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Bash session errors on commands: “fork: Cannot allocate memory”

I have a bash session open to a remote server and something is wrong. I created a directory "test" and touched the files inside touch 1 2 3 4 5. I then tried to copy the directory cp test/ test2/ and ...
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Out of Memory with unused memory and swap

I have a strange error on my Raspberry Pi2. System is archlinuxarm. Short after boot (about 30 secs), the system states that it is out of memory, resulting in closing many applications, most time ...
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Java process gets killed frequently by OOM - Killer on upgraded hardware

I am running solr on an Ubuntu server along with 4 other java processes. Current index size is 30 GB. My solr process gets killed frequently in few hours. It clearly mentions that its an OOM killer. I ...
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How to cause memory fragmentation on a Linux based embedded device?

Hardware ARM What am I trying to do: Answer: I am trying to create memory fragmentation on a Linux 2.6.31 based swapless embedded device. Why: Answer:I am trying to port some patches to Linux ...
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Tweak Linux Resources

We are running magento on VPS, which is facing a Numproc issue. According to our hosting provider, our server is exceeding the limit of numproc "400" & memory usage is also high. Because of this ...
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btrfs balance memory requirements?

I'm trying to rebalance data on my btrfs filesystem to free up some (a lot) of disk space. However, my machine consistently keeps OOMing itself into death. Currently I'm assigning 1.5 GB of RAM but ...
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Memory allocation issue on NOMMU?

I have a memory allocation issue on an embedded NOMMU linux. Or that is, I might have an issue, I'm not sure. The system has 15M free ram when booted. I have one small app (a Dropbox/REST ...