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How do I Read Page Life Expectancy Output

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I am using Idera Software to track the status of our server, I have already checked and know that this is not a memory issue. Can anyone explain what possible issues are causing the Page Life Expectancy to drop consistently in the mornings?
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The usage and statistics?

Page Life Expectancy ussually indicates whether you need more memory.  I believe the target is around 300 seconds.  If it's less than that, you probably should have more memory.

But -- then, your usage in the mornings might be much different than at non-peak times.  Without more information it's hard to answer this question.
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