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I’ve tried to install node.js via Putty on my shared hosting account with cPanel and CloudLinux. But at some moment I/O and physical memory usage reached to their limits and the installation process was stopped. My I/O usage limit is 10 MB and physical memory limit is 512 MB.

This happens when Putty displays the lines:

-c -o /home/vikna211/node/out/Release/obj.target/v8_base/deps/v8/src/api.o
../deps/v8/src/api.cc

After that I see:

make[1]:
[/home/vikna211/node/out/Release/obj.target/v8_base/deps/v8/src/api.o]
Interrupt make[1]: Deleting intermediate file
`4095d8cbfa2eff613349def330937d91ee5aa9c9.intermediate’ make: [node]
Interrupt

Is it possible to reduce the usage of both resources when installing node.js to successfully finish the process?

And maybe it’s not a problem of memory. Maybe the process tries to delete that intermediate file, but can’t do it and causes the memory crash.

Question Answer

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