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Upgrading from Ubuntu 16.04 to 14.04 takes up more ram with python than before.
I recently transferred my projects from one droplet to another (Didn’t upgrade, transferred). I did it for personal reasons but it happened. I have 2 processes mainly running. One a discord bot in 7k servers (7 shards) and a flask server w/ Nginx. I originally had upstart setup to auto restart bot but now I am service’s in 16.04.
What I am asking is how could the percents based on Digital Ocean data via Dashboard has come up due to the transfer? What are some unneeded things I could do to remove all this memory usage (which is mainly coming from the 2 python projects). Both process are talking up half the memory (used to be just 30%) so y'all got any tips?
I’m using python3.x
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