Unable to fork: Cannot allocate memory

When you see a message “Unable to fork: Cannot allocate memory” while logging to a VPS from the node.

The reason is the VPS is running out of resources RAM. To temporary solve this issue, you may restart the VPS by executing below command:

vzctl restart VEID 
 
Note : Replace your VEID with your VPS ID. 

OR

Increase RAM of the VPS and increase "privvmpages" and "kmemsize" parameters for the VPS in below file:

1. Edit the configuration file of the VPS - vi /etc/sysconfig/vz-scripts/veid.conf
2. After increase the value of the above two parameters, restart the VPS.

That's it!

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