September 16, 2013 · General · 6 comments

By default the Linux OS has a very efficient memory management process that should be freeing any cached memory on the machine that it is being run on. However when it comes to Cached memory the Linux OS may at times decide that the Cached memory is being used and is needed which can lead to memory related issues and ultimately take your server of any potentially free memory. To overcome this you can force the Linux OS to free up and stored Cached memory.
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