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  1. #1
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    free-m and solusv different report ?

    free -m report:
    http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=GA2jAjRf

    solusvm report:
    http://i.imgur.com/CepcO08.png

    how this is then? if i good undertand my server use about 60MB and not even 520MB? solusvm bug ?

    i dont even have any process that takes so much ram o.o

    there was also some upgrade of hardware and they add some VSwap or what is it never heard about that before ...

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    free-m and solusv different report ?

    You are using only 36 MB.

    The actual RAM usage is what you see in the -/+ buffers/cache section when running the free command.

    SolusVM reports the caches or inactive RAM which isn't actually occupied, as it can be released any time to be used by other applications.
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    So i am not using 520MB as solusvm reporting right, i use only 36 MB?
    I need to heard that since i think there is a bug in solusvm, so i can tell it to the host support staff, solusvm should report ram memory usage and not free memory.
    Last edited by todd001; 11-04-2013 at 05:31 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by todd001 View Post
    So i am not using 520MB as solusvm reporting right, i use only 36 MB?
    I need to heard that since i think there is a bug in solusvm, so i can tell it to the host support staff, solusvm should report ram memory usage and not free memory.
    This isn't exactly a bug, but maybe wrong reporting. SolusVM checks the output of the "Mem:" section of the free command, while it should be checking the "-/+ buffers/cache" field.
    It is always better to use the free command and check the "-/+ buffers/cache" field to find your active RAM usage.
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    I use free -m always, but this is something i never before saw in solusvm.

    Yes but host staff may then thinks i am using that 520MB while i am not.

    Thanks for clearing that, i will point them to this topic so they can read that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by todd001 View Post
    I use free -m always, but this is something i never before saw in solusvm.

    Yes but host staff may then thinks i am using that 520MB while i am not.

    Thanks for clearing that, i will point them to this topic so they can read that.
    If the host staff are experienced, they should know what is going on with SoulsVM, free command etc. and that SolusVM reports are inaccurate.

    Also, if it is a VPS, I don't think they will be worried about your RAM usage, as this rarely affects other customers on the node. Most hosts check the CPU and disk I/O usage of a VPS.
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    Probably they wont be worried, but maybe its a bug in solusvm so it need to be fixed, i dont know probably i am wrong who knows ...

    Yes its vps

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