If you are experiencing a memory issue with your Elastic Beanstalk environment, there are a few things you can try to resolve it:

  1. Check the memory usage of your application. Make sure that your application is not leaking memory or using more memory than it should. You can use tools like New Relic or CloudWatch to monitor the memory usage of your application.
  2. Scale up your environment by increasing the number of EC2 instances or using larger instance types. This will give your application more memory to work with.
  3. Enable auto scaling for your environment. This will automatically add or remove EC2 instances based on the memory usage of your application, helping to ensure that you have enough memory to meet the demands of your users.
  4. Review the configuration of your environment and make sure that you are not exceeding the available memory for your instances.
  5. If you are using an EC2 instance with a burstable performance instance type (e.g. T2 or T3), make sure that your application is not using more CPU than the instance is designed to handle. Excessive CPU usage can cause the instance to run out of burst credits and result in reduced performance.

I hope these suggestions help! Let me know if you have any other questions or if there’s anything else I can do to assist.

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