I tried almost all of ~10 cpu timeout options in docker run and neither seems to work. How do I kill a container after say 60 seconds or over 1GB of ram? I know there is a builtin timeout command but it only works with time (no memory limit). There is also a Github better ..
The project is written in ASP NET Core C #, the function described below is launched. Its essence is to iterate over all pdf files in the folder and recognize the text on them. Recognition is performed using the IronOcr library. This process takes up a lot of RAM, and when running on local PC ..
I hava a Redis runing in a container . Inside the container cgroup rss show using about 1283MB memory. The kmem memory usage is 30.75MB. The summary of the memory usage of all processes in the docker container is 883MB. How can i figure out the "disappeared memory "(1296-883-30=200MB).The "disappeared memory" will growing with the ..
I have a SQLite file that contains a table with 9 million or so rows and 30+ columns. Up until a few days ago, the following code worked fine: path <- file.path(basepath, "Rmark_web", "SQL_Data", "2020Q3_Enterprise_Exposure_Wind.sqlite") cn <- DBI::dbConnect(RSQLite::SQLite(), path) df <- DBI::dbGetQuery(cn, "select Longitude, Latitude, City, State, Total_Value, GridID, new_LOB from [2020Q3_Enterprise_Exposure_Wind] where State in ..
I was trying to monitor memory consumption of a Spring Based microservice. I built the image using amazon-corretto:8-alpine-jre image. I then monitored the pod memory consumption using Prometheus-Grafana. Also, I started a separate container with the image and monitored it using Google cAdvisor. I applied load through Jmeter script with 200threads for 500 iterations To ..
We are running a kubernetes environment and we have a pod that is encountering memory issues. The pod runs only a single container, and this container is responsible for running various utility jobs throughout the day. The issue is that this pod’s memory usage grows slowly over time. There is a 6 GB memory limit ..
Our server use a lot of memory, and can not display from ‘top’ command, how can i find which process use this memory? i search a lot from google, but no answer. my kennel version is 4.13.7-1.el7.elrepo.x86_64. Source: Docker..
Does Docker has it’s own JVM or Does it use Operating System JVM. I know Docker has registry and it can take java version and make it run selected version but how if the JVM is outer the Container.How does it access (is it because same file system) Source: Docker..
I have problem when start run cp-demo(confluent platform) in ubuntu with code ./scripts/start.sh And I get error message WARNING memory available to docker should be at least 8GB ERROR cannot proceed with docker memory less than 8gb when VIZ=’TRUE’ (enables elasticsearch and kibana) And I need elasticsearch to load data. And when I try up ..