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    Default How would I troubleshoot memory related slowness / possible memory leak?

    Nutshell running 12.2.1 i didnt see uptime but last week or so network was spotty with slowness. Today got so bad i could not effectively work. After take literally about 5 minutes to get gui to load and log me in, i noticed ram utilization at 6.5g (8 installed). This number normally sits around 2g used, after a reboot things are back to speedy as usual and ram is sitting at just under 2 as expected.

    My ask is what steps can one take to monitor and or troubleshoot this to determine what the cause is?

    I have poke through the forums, found things on virus lite and others but nothing specific to mem leaks or troubleshooting this behavior.

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    ps aux --sort rss

    usually but not always narrows it to a single process.
    from there you just have to further investigate that process.
    if its java, you can take a heapdump or check the proc smaps or proc map
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    This is just an update,,,,, i didnt get a chance to run above command as i had to reboot to bring a meeting back alive. Same general thing though, i did see uptime was 79 days. Since i am now on fresh reboot plan now is to try and monitor what process is eating up memory and potentially leading to the above condition.

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