When is jump box to large.
I have a 30 Gb moodledata directory running 1.9. I have ample space and memory allocated. I have increased the size of the moodle drive to 160 Gb using a linux live CD. I have not this many time in the past without issues. I have allocated 4 Gb of memory to machine, I most I can allocate to 32 bit hardware.
When running free -M it is using 90% of the free memory.
when running top on the box most of the CPU is max out. I have even gone as far as adding a second virtual CPU.
The back up process it self complets on the machine being backed up. As I see completed file in the /jumpbox/app.../backup folder. I can also download this backup if I choose download backup.
The process hangs on importing the backup to the new machine.
Could something being damaged in the backup.
When I created the machine it never really completed the restore I could use the moodle 2.1 server but I never got a complete on the restore process.
What all could be causing the issue.
Does jumpbox just not something to use after a certain size of machine is created.
Break down questions:
Does jumpbox and the backup/restore process have a practical limit.
- if the jump box is too large should we stop using JB
- should backup store work on anysize backup.
What are the causes of failed to allocate memory.
IF I have given it as much resources as I have what can do I do have it complete.