When I run image like docker run -it <docker-id> /bin/bash using htop I see that 1.94G of memory is available. When I try to increase or decrease available memory I still get 1.94G (using htop). docker run -it –memory 128m <docker-id> /bin/bash docker run -it –memory 8g <docker-id> /bin/bash What is the proper way to ..
Moved over to SuperUser: link I’m running Docker on a RPi3B+, with only 4 containers so far: Portainer, PiHole, NGINX Proxy Manager and its database. Some slowdowns (a delay after entering a command on the CLI) have caused me to open up htop and keep an eye on it. According to htop, my Load average ..
I’m seeing the RAM occupation of my process on a Docker container, but it seems to generate a leak. I did the following steps: Create docker without running anything and executing docker stats [CONTAINER_ID] with this right results: CONTAINER ID NAME CPU % MEM USAGE / LIMIT MEM % NET I/O BLOCK I/O PIDS 0ac5cdb9d61b ..