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What is the range of normal RAM usage for ATP 10.7?

we want to know what is considered a normal RAM usage for mfeatp process? at what point can we say the memory consumption is too high? this kb talks about 300mb but it is pretty old and addresses 10.5.4- https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB90496
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Re: What is the range of normal RAM usage for ATP 10.7?

Hello @Omriil 

I'm afraid we don't have any benchmarks in regards to what we consider "normal RAM usage" as this depends entirely on many environmental and configuration factors.

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Re: What is the range of normal RAM usage for ATP 10.7?

I understand, but there should be some limits.

lets say if the RAM usage goes up to 1.5GB in some environments, could it be considered normal?

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Re: What is the range of normal RAM usage for ATP 10.7?

Indeed, that is high and we would need to see what's happening on the machine. For example ENSATP 10.7 includes the Deep Remediation option - if your system was to be performing a lot of activities which were deemed suspicious and ATP needed to monitor all of these and store all the changes being made, that would cause a significantly higher RAM usage than a system without this setting and where not much activity is happening.

I do apologise for not being able to give you a direct answer to your request. It is unfortunately something we'd/ you need to look at on a system basis. I would not expect any system to be using that higher RAM usage - especially not for long periods of time.

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