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CGroups memory subsystem

I want to know if I can set dynamic limits to the memory subsystem in a cgroup. Currently I have the OOM disabled and a dummy process to test the control group, when the limit in memory is reached, ...
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1answer
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Know programs in cache

I have this situation with RAM and SWAP at the moment: $ free -h total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 7,7G 7,5G 159M 100M ...
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1answer
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How I can auto end specific process?

How can I auto end a specific process when it reaches 400 MB RAM? And how do I change it back after I do that ? Is there any program or script or anything ?!
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0answers
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Automatically kill Chrome processes that exceed RAM limits

I've sought advice from similar threads here, and I'm either not reading them correctly, or my brain is currently fried. My Prior Reading: Automatically kill a process if it exceeds a given amount ...
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1answer
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How to view the memory map of a running process?

I want to view the stack location of a running process. How can I view the memory map and findout the memory location of the stack using terminal without using any debuggers. PS:- I am studying ...
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1answer
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Tons of Processes Running

I have an Ubuntu 13.04 running on a P4 computer with 1 Gb of RAM (I know, I need to get a new one). I recently have been getting crashes, and a lot of my memory is being used. So I looked in Top and ...
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1answer
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Dbuses and Apaches are using up memory

I recently noticed, in System Monitor, that multiple Apache2 processes are showing up (with the same "Command Line"). There are currently 6 of them, each with 7MB memory. I also noticed a whole bunch ...
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1answer
358 views

Free up memory dump of all the terminated processes

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 ...
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2answers
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Automatically kill a process if it exceeds a given amount of RAM

I work on large-scale datasets. When testing new software, a script will sometimes sneak up on me, quickly grab all available RAM, and render my desktop unusable. I'd like a way to set a RAM limit ...
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1answer
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Solution to get data from memory of a process

If I'm using Firefox and filling out a big form (with lots of text to write), and for some reason I accidentally press F5 and all my text in the forms is lost, I can use e.g. HxD on Windows to ...
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Where has all the RAM gone?

I have 1GB of RAM, and when I run NetBeans and Firefox, they get about 300MB of RAM. At some point, the system becomes very slow, probably 100 times slower than normal, switching windows (Alt+Tab) ...