I have Yunohost installed on a Raspberry Pi 3B+. This machine has 1 Go RAM. The system is installed on an external SSD.
The apps are
- Grav CMS with very low traffic
- Nextcloud (5 sync clients, and say 1 interactive user for calendar, files and circles apps)
- FreshRss with 2 users
How should I configure swap. Are 2 or 4 Go enough ? I there anyway to calculate this ?
What’s the output of :
Keep in mind that creating a swap on ssd will heavily reduce its lifetime.
$ free -h
total used free shared buff/cache available
Mem: 909Mi 453Mi 130Mi 58Mi 325Mi 335Mi
Swap: 1.8Gi 106Mi 1.7Gi
But the server has been restarted 2hours ago
You already have 2G of swap.
May be you should set swappiness to 0 to reduce the use of swap.
1G for nextcloud and other applications may not be enough, no ?
For the swap config, create a file
/ etc / sysctl.d / 99-swappiness.conf with the content:
vm.swappiness = 10
Personally I would put 10 and not 0.
More details: SSDOptimization - Debian Wiki
For me 2G swap looks good with 1G RAM.
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