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  1. #1
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    Vps using webin with virtualmin memory?

    Hi
    I got my VPS setup and running finally, Iv installed webmin & virtualmin using the install script.

    Currently its using 140mb out of the 256mb and 79mb of virtual memory is this normal and will it be enough to run a couple of Joomla sites?

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    Hi

    Should be fine depending of course on the traffic, optimizations done and modules used.

    Good luck
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    You may want to check out our Virtualmin on Low Memory Systems guide here:

    http://www.virtualmin.com/documentat...emory_systems/

    256MB is probably fine, especially if you can use the lower demand mail processing stack (no daemons, for processing mail very rarely), but it never hurts to know where your memory is going and how to maximize memory efficiency to suit your requirements.

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