Is there any best practice for which aspects of linux memory a monitoring
scout should fire a critical warning for?
Naturally, if swapping is increasing this may slow the system down,
and might be a sign that's something is wrong. But which other aspects may
be a significant threat to availability/performance on linux systems? I'm
not a linux memory management expert (yet), so please keep that in mind.
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