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Disk cache can always be given back to applications immediately! You are not low on ram! Do I need more swap? No, disk caching only borrows the ram that.


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Disk cache can always be given back to applications immediately! You are not low on ram! Do I need more swap? No, disk caching only borrows the ram that.


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It will not use swap. Don't Panic! See this page for more details and how you can experiment with disk cache to show the effects described here. But how do you count memory that is currently used for something, but can still be made available to applications? Therefore, there's absolutely no reason to disable it! You can't disable disk caching. Disk caching makes the system much faster and more responsive! This is just a difference in terminology. Both you and Linux agree that memory taken by applications is "used", while memory that isn't used for anything is "free". For a more detailed and technical description of what Linux counts as "available", see the commit that added the field. There are no downsides, except for confusing newbies. The only reason anyone ever wants to disable disk caching is because they think it takes memory away from their applications, which it doesn't! Since your and Linux's terminology differs, you might think you are low on ram when you're not. Your ram is fine!{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} It does not take memory away from applications in any way, ever! This is your answer in MiB. You are not low on ram! If your applications want more memory, they just take back a chunk that the disk cache borrowed. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Linux is borrowing unused memory for disk caching. They will not start swapping. Linux instead counts it as "used", but also "available":. If applications want more memory, they just take it back from the disk cache. A healthy Linux system with more than enough memory will, after running for a while, show the following expected and harmless behavior:. No, disk caching only borrows the ram that applications don't currently want. This makes it looks like you are low on memory, but you are not! Disk cache can always be given back to applications immediately! To see how much ram your applications could use without swapping, run free -m and look at the "available" column:. Everything is fine! This "something" is roughly what top and free calls "buffers" and "cached". Few things make you appreciate disk caching more than measuring an order-of-magnitude speedup on your own hardware!