Look at the small amount of tasks and committed RAM.
Fraone is my Frankfurt’s digitalocean Ubuntu server.
The VPS has:
- 4 GB RAM
- 80 GB disk
I’d previously left it running 121 days consequtively, and there was 100+ processes (‘tasks’) running. Now with a clean boot and new kernel, it’s very neat. 42 tasks (only!) and less than 256MB RAM in use. Neat!
Memory usage shows from the right end, approx 12/09 onwards that RAM usage dropped significantly. That’s the effect of a boot on a new kernel. I also shut down a service I did not have use for right now (postgresql).