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"Memory" here refers to RAM (Random Access Memory) RAM is an essential factor for (or bottleneck to) your computer's performance. When the operating system runs out of RAM it will attempt to use the hard disk; this will result in a major blow to your application's performance and potentially (after extended hanging) will end in a crash. You will ...
This following statement is surely referring to RAM only and not the storage-device size. "2 GB of memory or more is strongly recommended. 4GB of memory is optimal" If you have only 2GB RAM then though your OS will function but not as per the expectation. It may slow down few applications OR in worst case, may freeze your OS. You can watch usage of RAM ...
I have done it: hypervisor=`dmesg --notime | grep -i hypervisor | cut -d ':' -f2 | tr -d " \t\n\r" echo "Hypervisor is $hypervisor" It helps on scripts
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