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Ghost memory errors on update
I recently updated to Ubuntu 20.04 on a 1GB droplet running Ghost. Now, whenever I run
ghost update or similar, I get a memory error:
You are recommended to have at least 150 MB of memory available for smooth operation. It looks like you have ~45.265625 MB available.
The memory available varies between 30 MB and almost 150 MB, but it always throws this error.
As suggested in the Ghost forum, I ran
free -h (which repeated the warning, and then
ghost restart (which did not).
Any ideas? Thanks.
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