When I log in via ssh I get a -bash fork: Cannot allocate memory. How to solve?
Clearly the system has run out of memory.
The problem is that the only way to solve this issue is to restart from the digital ocean terminal. As any command I type gets the same response:
-bash: fork: Cannot allocate memory
I have a 2Gb droplet and I don’t want to jump to the conclusion of increasing memory.
Is there a way to ensure that I will always have enough memory to ssh and hit cli commands?
Also is there a way to find out exactly what has caused it?
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