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How to determine what is causing high RAM usage?

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    Kathy Sechrist

    This helps with current status - but I've been getting spikes that resolve within 10 minutes or so. I've yet to get the notice email and login fast enough to catch what's causing this. Is there a way to see what the memory usage was when the alert was generated?

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    Curtis Maurand

    This cached RAM and it seems to be mariadb that is using it all. If I run htop on the command line, I'm using 2GB of 6GB which I see on the charts, but the cache usage is through the roof and actually causing trouble.

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