What is the performance impact of having little space available on my c drive ?
I have a server farm that was 20+ Windows 2000 Terminal servers. I am having performance issues, and one of the things that I have noticed is that several of the servers have approx 100MB free on the c drive. All the servers have swap files of 3GB available on an separate drive (x:)
My question is this, does the fact that there is a lack of space on the c: drive have any influence on the system performance when the swap file is on a separate drive ?