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August 11, 2011, 08:16:46 AM
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Hello,

I need to know if my bitcoin daemon take a normal usage of memory on my dedicated server:



It is normal? How many memory take your daemon on your dedicated server?

Thanks in advance. Smiley
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August 11, 2011, 08:20:32 AM
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It depends on the number of clients, but 200MB is normal. Note that the number under RES or RSS is the most useful measure of memory usage. 300MB seems high if it's not a mining controller or hub. (Mining controllers have to keep track of every work unit issued until the next block is found.)

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August 11, 2011, 08:22:18 AM
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It depends on the number of clients, but 200MB is normal. Note that the number under RES or RSS is the most useful measure of memory usage. 300MB seems high if it's not a mining controller or hub. (Mining controllers have to keep track of every work unit issued until the next block is found.)

Ok thank you Smiley
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