Like I said, I understand why the cache is there, and that they made
some changes in the memory manager (which is why Dynamic Cache Service
doesn't work) to address the issues in R2.
It's a bad thing because I can't find information about how the System
Cache works and if it releases memory on demand. If it does then there's
no problem because I know I'll be able to get more memory if I need but
like I said, I don't know if it does and I can't find information about
it. That's why I would like a way to limit it to 97% or something like
that. The servers available memory is as low as 10mb sometimes and
rarely over 150MB.
On 2010-05-02 02:30, Jonathan de Boyne Pollard wrote:
> And this is a bad thing because ...? It's generally a good thing that
>> I have a file server that is constantly consuming all of the 8GB
>> memory it has, [...]
> your machine is not leaving lying unused physical RAM that it could
> otherwise be making some use of.