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Long Term Cache Hits


Hi,

I'm running a Netware 6.0 SP5 server with Zenworks 4.01 ir7.

I've been noticing in monitor that the Long Term Cache Hits are
decreasing. A week ago I had to reboot the server and the Long Term
Cache Hits was 86%.

Now the Long Term Cache Hits are at 80%.

A few months ago I upgraded the server from 1GB of memory to 3GB of
Memory. Everything was working fine and the Long Term Cache Hits
stayed at around 96%.

I read some where that Long Term Cache Hits shoulds be a relatively
high number such as 96% and it shouldn't decline.

What could be causing the problem for the Long Term Cach Hits to go
from 86% to 80% in one week? Is there anything I can check or do?

Thanks!


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pilonbrad
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Re: Long Term Cache Hits

The only possible answer is, something has occurred to flush out cache.
A full backup or AV scan will do that, for instance. Is actual user
performance OK?
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Re: Long Term Cache Hits


Hey Andrew,

Actualy user performance is fine. Unfortunately we don't backup our
servers we are only using RAID1, I made the suggestions that our
servers should be backed up but they won't purchase a tape drive.

We are currently using Nod32 as our server AV as it is now the Ministry
licensed Virus Scanner at our School Board.

Is it a problem about the Long Term Cache declining???

Thanks!


Andrew C Taubman Wrote:
> The only possible answer is, something has occurred to flush out cache.
> A full backup or AV scan will do that, for instance. Is actual user
> performance OK?
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> Andrew C Taubman
> Novell Support Forums Volunteer SysOp
> http://support.novell.com/forums
> (Sorry, support is not provided via e-mail)
>
> Opinions expressed above are not
> necessarily those of Novell Inc.



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pilonbrad
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Long Term Cache Hits


Hey Andrew,

Sorry, in my last post I meant to finish off saying, "is it a problem
that the Long Term Cache is declining or is it OK that it declines???"

Thanks!


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pilonbrad
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Re: Long Term Cache Hits

It's a problem if it affects user performance, otherwise not.
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Andrew C Taubman
Novell Support Forums Volunteer SysOp
http://support.novell.com/forums
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