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  1. #1
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    Problem - Memory cgroup out of memory

    Hello,

    About 30 minutes ago my server kill a vps ( kvm - SolusVM Slave Server)

    From the error log :

    Jan 2 07:38:42 master1 kernel: Memory cgroup out of memory: Kill process 42695 (qemu-kvm) score 1000 or sacrifice child
    Jan 2 07:38:42 master1 kernel: Killed process 42695, UID 107, (qemu-kvm) total-vm:17857812kB, anon-rss:16813420kB, file-rss:4996kB
    Jan 2 07:38:42 master1 kernel: Kill process 42717 (vhost-42695) sharing same memory
    Jan 2 07:38:42 master1 kernel: br0: port 2(kvm101.0) entering disabled state
    Jan 2 07:38:42 master1 kernel: device kvm101.0 left promiscuous mode
    Jan 2 07:38:42 master1 kernel: br0: port 2(kvm101.0) entering disabled state

    the server have 64gb ram and the usage is 10-20GB, the vm have 16gb ram and the usage is 2-3gb.

    Do you know how to fix the cgroup out of memory?

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    Hi, not sure if you found a fix, but I came across this tonight. Might help your situation.

    http://forum.soluslabs.com/showthrea...-sacrifice-chi
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    Thank you jetfirenetworks, i just found this solution, and my problem solved!

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