I think my subject is pretty spot on. I am on Ubuntu 10.04 and have the following specs in my computer:
- i5 Processor with 3.30GHz
- 16GB Memory
- 1TB Hard drive
- 1 Gigabyte on board network
I am running 10 users at the same time, as virtual computers (terminals) from NComputing.
I am using around max 8 - 10 GB Memory when computer is running at the fullest. I have the following applications that all the 10 users use simultaneously:
- Many other folders
- Lot of printing
Around 8am - 15:00pm, my computer (actually server) is running absolutely fine, then around 15:00 - 14:30 upon leaving, the computer just freezes for not reason, without giving warnings. I have to force the computer of by the powers, can't even use the reset button.
I was told from the NComputing hadrware/software people, that I should do a memory dump of all the terminated processes for each user that are working - that will be 10 users.
I do I do that, freeing up memory dumps, and should I even experience anything like it?
Look at how strong, and fast my computer is, can that even be then a problem?