RAM usage of all services

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RAM usage of all services

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how much need ram for myvestacp?

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just for myvestacp or for all installed services?

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dpeca wrote:
Thu Dec 24, 2020 4:13 pm
just for myvestacp or for all installed services?
all installed services

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Default install: about 1400 MB in RAM (but easily it can grow above 2GB, specially ClamAV can eat from 800 MB up to 1500 MB)

Without ClamAV: 300 to 400 MB in RAM

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dpeca wrote:
Fri Dec 25, 2020 11:55 am
Default install: about 1400 MB in RAM (but easily it can grow above 2GB, specially ClamAV can eat from 800 MB up to 1500 MB)

Without ClamAV: 300 to 400 MB in RAM
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4 GB ram good?

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Yes.

2GB is enough too.

If you have 2GB of RAM, just don't install ClamAV.

Or stop ClamAV and disable, if it's already installed:

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systemctl stop clamav-daemon.service
systemctl disable clamav-daemon.service

systemctl stop clamav-freshclam.service
systemctl disable clamav-freshclam.service

sed -i "s/^CLAMD =/#CLAMD =/g" /etc/exim4/exim4.conf.template
systemctl restart exim4


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