Web: https://datascienceathome.podbean.com/e/predicting-out-of-memory-kill-events-with-machine-learning/ Audio: https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/cejk9f/predict-out-of-memory-kill-netflix.mp3

Sept. 20, 2022, 5:54 p.m. | Francesco Gadaleta

Data Science at Home podbean.com

Sometimes applications crash. Some other times applications crash because memory is exhausted. Such issues exist because of bugs in the code, or heavy memory usage for reasons that were not expected during design and implementation.
Can we use machine learning to predict and eventually detect out of memory kills from the operating system?

Apparently, the Netflix app many of us use on a daily basis leverage ML and time series analysis to prevent OOM-kills.

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