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  1. Hello, Seeking assistance on an issue I am seeing with the Eddie Client on Linux (Raspbian). Over the course of 3-4 days, "available memory" (as checked by console command "free -m") gradually drops until system lockup occurs and a full hard reset is required. As available memory reaches <50MB, terminating the Eddie client results in a near immediate release of the vast majority of the used memory, and system responsiveness returns to normal. OS: Linux raspberrypi 4.9.41-v7+ Running the command: ps aux | awk '{print $6/1024 " MB\t\t" $11}' | sort -n reveals that process "mono" is the culprit -- memory usage grows and grows over the course of a few days until it runs out. Then by running the command: ps -ef|grep mono this results in the output: Which leads me to believe that the gradual memory consumption is tied to the AirVPN.exe software. Once again, terminating this process does immediately release the memory. Please advise! Thanks.
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