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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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) ...