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Old 01-12-2003, 10:42 PM   #1
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Unhappy Linux is eating to much memory!!!


I'd like to ask our server (linux 7.3) and samba 2.27 why it is using to much memory (available = 2 gig, CPU = XEON 2.4mhz). When memory reached less than 20mb Free (from 2 gig to 20mb) it slow down its response. anyone have this problem? My client about 600 and processes average to 400. Thank you
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