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Rule has been identified as high memory user


Hi all,

One of my rules have been identified as high memory user, according to
log. It asked me to "validating with allowed rates". However, when I
look into this rule on the Sentinel Dashboard

- Estimated memory utilization: 181.44 KB
- Events in memory: 86
- Cardinality: 87


I guess it's not that high in a machine with 16G memory.

Any idea of resolving this? Thanks in advance!

Regards,
Hang


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Re: Rule has been identified as high memory user

hang,

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