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Check out this answer to a question about swap. Use the tools I mentioned there to look at what is using the most RAM (RSS) and post back.

Check out this answer to a question about swap. Use the tools I mentioned there to look at what is using the most RAM (RSS) and post back.


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Since snapshots of those stats didn't prove anything, now you need to start trying to narrow things down. Start up the system and log in, but don't open any other applications. Don't use the system. Just leave something like watch -n20 'free -m' running in a terminal and check back every few minutes. Then try the experiment over again with just one application at a time.