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Section - -13- How do I know if I need more memory and/or swap space?

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  If processes are killed due to lack of memory/swap, you need more
  memory and/or swap space. If your CPU is always waiting for swapping
  (run 'osview' and look at the "%Swap" entry under "Wait Ratio") you
  need more memory.

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