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Re: working set high when scan

I need a possible reasons for the processes jump high memory just after the scan start. . Anyone has the idea ?

Re: working set high when scan

sakurai_tabi

When the scan was sent ?? Every day, or just one day a week, and that day is weekend or Monday to Friday and at what time ?? Because if the pc´s are not connected to the network when the scanning is programmed, that is why it can be that when it achieves the EPO to see them the scans and consumes so much resource of the equipment

Re: working set high when scan

hello sakuri_tabi

Here happens continuously, the OAS that sends the EPO, consumes the physical resource of the equipment, should not last more than 1 hour for security.

Re: working set high when scan

it's every weekend sunday, the start time just like in the graph shown.

Re: working set high when scan

seems really logoff all the login sessions before scan really helps on the problem.

I logged off all the idle sessions on the Windows. The available memory only drops around 60MB after scan

Re: working set high when scan

Ok, I understand a little, then what should be checked is the EPO, which is sent to scan, and see if you can lower the level of scanning.

Re: working set high when scan

are there any way to limit windows residential cache used by mcafee scan?

Re: working set high when scan

anyone has the idea ?

Re: working set high when scan

If you can limit the scan, and you can see where and where, is where most consumed resource, sakurai_tabi Allow me and I give you the steps where it is done

Re: working set high when scan

I want fullscan. But I just want to know are there any setting to limit the "residential cache" used by mcafee.

"system cache residential bytes"

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