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This article will guide you on methods to check the #memory usage in #Debian 10. You can easily visualize from the way these methods have been explained that they are so simple and easy to carry out. 

Therefore, you can find out the available and used memory in Debian 10 at any time you want without any hassle.

Swap space in Linux is used when the amount of physical memory (#RAM) is full. If the system needs more memory resources and the RAM is full, inactive pages in memory are moved to the swap space.

To kill a process in Linux:

1. View Running #Linux #Processes.

2. Locate the Process to #Kill. Locate a Process with ps Command. Finding the PID with pgrep or pidof.

3. Use Kill Command Options to Terminate a Process. killall Command. pkill Command.

4. Key Takeaways on Terminating a Linux Process.



It is vital for you to check if your Linux memory is running low to help your server to stay optimized.




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