and thanks but didn't work for me. :)
I reconfigured memory settings for existing VM and than created fresh lx
zones (ubuntu 16 and debian 8) with 8g memory. No luck.
I'm running Smartos - SunOS xba1 5.11 joyent_20160609T010930Z i86pc i386
Sorry, what do you mean by "retry with a bigger package" ?
On 17 September 2016 at 21:57, Jason Schmidt <jason.schm...@joyent.com>
> Hi Tommy,
> I just tried this in US-EAST-1 with….
> triton create debian-8 g4-general-8G
> 1 sudo apt-get install curl openssh-server ca-certificates postfix
> 2 curl -sS
> | sudo bash
> 3 sudo apt-get install gitlab-ce
> 4 sudo gitlab-ctl reconfigure
> 5 ifconfig
> 6 exit
> And I’m able to log in just fine. When I get some time I’ll try with less
> memory and see if I can recreate the error - but in the interim you may
> want to retry with a bigger package and see if that fixes things?
> tom my wrote:
> Hey all,
> just a try.
> I installed Gitlab on LX zone (tested centos, ubuntu, debian) using
> Gitlab's recommended Omnibus installation.
> I configured lx-zone with 4GB memory.
> Installation went ok, however I can't access Gitlab's web, receiving error
> "Cannot allocate memory - fork(2) (Errno::ENOMEM)" even all system uses
> only just under 1G.
> My guess is that some part of Gitlab checks available memory "in no
> standard" place.
> Is there any chance that somebody of you tried / experienced the same?
> Any idea what / how can I debug?
> Under KVM is everything ok.
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