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Whole RAM consumed by the service iscsiuio .

Please Advice !
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Seth Simmons earned 500 total points
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are you using iSCSI?
if not, turn it off and disable at startup

(assumes RHEL or CentOS)

service iscsi stop
service iscsid stop
chkconfig iscsi off
chkconfig iscsid off
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Thanks for your help
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