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What is the memory status?
Virtual Memory Usage 0 / 1048576 KB
Physical Memory Usage 844 / 1048576 KB
There is 2 types of memory, please explain about this.
It looks like you're referring to CloudLinux's memory limit feature.
Start here, then ask a more specific question if there are details you still need clarifying.
CloudLinux do not recommend Virtual Memory Limit for shared hosting.
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Please give more details about what makes you ask this question.
But in Windows OS virtual memory is memory stored on a hard disk file also known as a page file. Basically it allows the OS to take processes out of memory and store them on the Hard disk.
In Linux this can be known as a swap partition or swap file.
But again to better answer your question you need to give a better description of a question.
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