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Cisco Meeting Place high memory utilization

riza.saputra
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hi,

i have problem with my meeting place, currently the server memory usage is always increase (from 60% to 99%)

when i restart the server the memory usage back to normal again but it'll increase again

when i look what the highest process (by "top" command),I only found gyrodomain.bin and it just 16%.

does anyone know what is the problem??

Thanks,

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Hi Riza,

There is no Cisco documentation about this as this is how Linux manages memory.

Take a look at these articles for clarification:

http://www.linuxatemyram.com/

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17618737/linux-free-shows-high-memory-usage-but-top-does-not

I hope this helps.

-Dejan

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riza.saputra
Beginner
Beginner

Hi Dejan,

Thanks for your response

we are not using CWMS but CUMP 8.5,

i have search in Cisco bug toolkit, but didn't find any document about it.

Is it possible if the problem is my server's memory?

Thanks,

Riza

Hi Riza,

First of all, I apologize for the mixup. The fact that you are using MeetingPlace and report high memory usage as an issue is what threw me off, because this is just an expected behavior.

Since MeetingPlace is a very resource intensive product, the system loads everything into memory in order to speed up the response time. For MeetingPlace, it is normal to use between 97-99% of memory at all times.

Hence, what you are experiencing is not a problem, but a designed behavior.

Please, let me know of any additional questions you might have, and once again, I apologize for the mixup.

Thank you.

-Dejan

Hi Dejan,

thanks for your explanation,

so this is normal if my MeetingPlace memory usage is high,

Is there a document related about this? i search in Cisco, but cannot find about this .

I need to explain it to my Customer

Thanks,

Riza

Hi Riza,

There is no Cisco documentation about this as this is how Linux manages memory.

Take a look at these articles for clarification:

http://www.linuxatemyram.com/

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17618737/linux-free-shows-high-memory-usage-but-top-does-not

I hope this helps.

-Dejan

Hi Dejan,

Thanks that's really help me,

so its not problem but just behaviour.

Regards,

Riza

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