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Old 11th June 2013, 22:05
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Hi guys and gals

I'm wondering if someone can help me. Please move If inThe wrong place.

After following the perfect server guide for apache and debian 6 squeeze with dovecot imap postfix squirrelmail. I installed it on my 3Gb ram vps. It's showing that its using 42% ram constantly!! Is this normal for ram usage? It's my first time in setting up a full control panel with emails.

Anybody got some tips to reduce it?

I've currently got 5 domains hosted on it with less than 20 hits per month each (family and friends local business sites).
I will add a list of running services when I get back home
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