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MysteryDiver

RedisDatabase gets huge

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Hello, I have the following problem.
The Redis db has 1.7GB locally on my dedicated server. When i start then it's going to 22.8GB.

My server has 48GB ram. I have 4 server 2X2 grid running.

The server crashed again and again because I run out of memory I only have 1GB of RAM free. Can you fix that.

 

As a supplement here a message from the Redis database and then crashing my server now constantly and it is only 1GB ram free.

Nevertheless, the question why the database is 22GB when only 1.8GB are used on the hard drive?

And yes i see the suggestion i must make the paging file larger... but why.

Why this size difference hard drive to real ram use???

system paging file. You may increase the size of the system paging file.
Sometimes a reboot will defragment the system paging file sufficiently for
this operation to complete successfully.

Redis can not continue. Exiting.
[2708] 22 Jan 20:22:28.314 # fork operation failed
[2708] 22 Jan 20:22:28.602 # Background saving terminated by signal 1
[2708] 22 Jan 20:22:34.032 * 10 changes in 300 seconds. Saving...
[2708] 22 Jan 20:22:34.094 * Background saving started by pid 5248
[5248] 22 Jan 20:22:34.203 #
The Windows version of Redis reserves heap memory from the system paging file
for sharing with the forked process used for persistence operations.At this time
 there is insufficient contiguous free space available in the
system paging file. You may increase the size of the system paging file.
Sometimes a reboot will defragment the system paging file sufficiently for
this operation to complete successfully.

Redis can not continue. Exiting.
[2708] 22 Jan 20:22:34.294 # fork operation failed
[2708] 22 Jan 20:22:34.598 # Background saving terminated by signal 1
[2708] 22 Jan 20:22:40.000 * 10 changes in 300 seconds. Saving...
[2708] 22 Jan 20:22:40.063 * Background saving started by pid 4532
[2708] 22 Jan 20:26:16.323 # fork operation complete
[2708] 22 Jan 20:26:17.904 * Background saving terminated with success

 

And when does this growth stop?

 

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