How to find out which sources are consuming the most RAM?

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Is there a way to find out which sources are consuming the most RAM on my server or which parts of websites are consuming too much RAM from my hosting server? I checked free -m in SSH and my server is just having 6% of free RAM, I need to free up my RAM, if no my websites can not run or will be downed. Can any one help me?
 
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Is there a way to find out which sources are consuming the most RAM on my server or which parts of websites are consuming too much RAM from my hosting server? I checked free -m in SSH and my server is just having 6% of free RAM, I need to free up my RAM, if no my websites can not run or will be downed. Can any one help me?
Most of the Big IT companies prefer using Nagios or Zabbix for monitoring the resources of thier web server. This helps them to check the traffic and the corresponding load on CPU. It also monitors the busy and idle threads and find out where improvements can be made. The stats provided about the load balancer will give you the exact idea of which part or resource of your website consumes major part.


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top / htop : then press M to sort by memory consumption descending, will show you the top memory consuming process.

Try free Icinga2 to monitor services.
netdata(live) + graphite(archive) for system stats monitoring.
 
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