IBM field engineers installed Windows 2008 R2 (Standard & Enterprise)
on our x3650 and x3850 : they allocate almost 100% of the space to
Is this a cause for concern that the drive is almost 100% used ?
What's the usual practice? To allocate only 80% of the drive for
By allocating almost 100%, will it affect Windows/systems' performance?
Will this pagefile grow or it will stay at this 99.x % all the time?
Windows will occasionally flash out a brief message (which I was not able
to capture as it's too brief/momentary) saying Y: drive is almost full. How
to disable this message (so that others don't get alarmed unnecessarily?).
Would setting it in the registry below disable this message :
NoLowDiskSpaceChecks REG_DWORD 1
Does anyone set Tivoli to monitor the Y: drive utilization (or the drive
that houses the pagefile) ? PagefileDrvFull.jpg
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