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Re: NSS mem grows after nw65os3a

Jim,

> right now, I'm set to nocachebalance. Is "1" preferable?


It shouldn't really make too much of a difference. What version of
NetWare & SP are you on? Any posy SP NSS updates installed ?


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Re: NSS mem grows after nw65os3a

Sorry for cutting in.
I've seen the exact thing Jim is seeing but my server is nw6+latest
sp+latest nss updates.
the memory architecture of nw6.5 is different than nw6.0 so the comparison
is not the same.

Via NRM - on my system, nss.nlm will consume the memory until you get the
alloc memory error and reboot is the only choice at that point.

On my system, the ONLY way to keep the system to run stable and for nss.nlm
not to chew up the memory, I had to do the following:

- nssstart.cfg in c:\nwserver with /nocachebalance and
/minbuffercachesize=204800

All other nss tuning parameters in various TIDs relating to "memory
fragmentation" does not help much.

Jim,
You may want to load seg.nlm on the server to see how the memory behaves.

Daniel



"Hamish" <hamish@haitch.net> wrote in message
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> Jim,
>
>> right now, I'm set to nocachebalance. Is "1" preferable?

>
> It shouldn't really make too much of a difference. What version of NetWare
> & SP are you on? Any posy SP NSS updates installed ?
>
>
> --
> Hamish Speirs
> Novell Support Forums Volunteer Sysop.
>
> http://haitch.net
>
> (Please, no email unless requested. Unsolicited support emails will
> probably be ignored)



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