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    Question Burstable Ram?

    What exactly does burstable ram mean? If I have 512 megs and 1g burstable what do I really have?

    Referring to openvz that is.
    Marc Perkel
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    Guaranteed ram is always available for you, burstable ram can be used if not allocated to other users.


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    I C - so if it's free I can grab it but if it's all in use then I'm capped.

    How do I get a good read of how much ram I'm using and how close to the limit I am?
    Marc Perkel
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    Quote Originally Posted by mperkel
    I C - so if it's free I can grab it but if it's all in use then I'm capped.

    How do I get a good read of how much ram I'm using and how close to the limit I am?
    as root.
    cat /proc/user_beancounters


    HERE is a good thread that may help.

    http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=557984

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