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leaking memory nginx 1.8.0

July 07, 2015 02:25AM
Hello, need help with leaking memory
i installed fresh system , centos7.1 +directadmin + nginx1.8.0 + mariadb5.5.41 + php54 & php56 both with php_fpm
the server it for webhosting and i have there 32gb for now have only 4 website on it, and after 1-2hours nginx take all memory when it come to 96% it stop there and then all websites fall but nginx not, only after i reset nginx all back to normal for 1-2hours again.

how can i debug where the problem? or try find the problem? seems in logs i not see anything
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