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I had the same problem, and although I don't know how to uninstall akonadi, I uninstalled the applications that make usage of it: kontact, kaddressbook, kmail, knotes and korganizer. Akregator doesn't seem to start akonadi so I let it installed. sudo apt-get remove kontact kaddressbook kmail knotes korganizer My memory usage had decreased from almost ...


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I've always done: echo 3 | sudo tee /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches


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Until ubuntu provide a fix for this problem, i found a workaround! I use the command pkill -f akonadi and add it to the startup. System Settings>>Startup & Shutdown>>Autostart. using this command all the akonadi services get killed at startup and mysqld process will be killed along with it and all the memory occupied by them will be released. after ...


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According to df, your /dev filesystem is full. This is a tmpfs, and so is stored in shared memory. Normally it should only contain a very small amount of data, mainly device nodes that provide a file interface to kernel drivers, so something is incorrectly filling it up. You can dig around with du to see what files are taking up all of the space.


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You can do it using cat /proc/meminfo.


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All threads in a Java process share almost all memory. Each thread will have a local stack which is usually less than a megabyte. As you see all the relate threads show the same memory utilization. The 60 related processes showing 3.7% memory utilization might be using 3.8% of available memory.


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We experienced the same problem with CUDA jobs running on Debian Jessie machines with GTX 970 and GTX 980Ti GPUs. Your test case also caused our machines to run out of memory within minutes. What eventually fixed this annoying behavior for us was to install the most current beta driver from nvidia - version 364.12 at the time of writing. It appears to be ...



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