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HPE KeyView is designed for optimal performance out of the box. However, there are some parameters that can be adjusted to improve performance specifically for your system.
To reduce the frequency of I/O operations, and consequently improve performance, the HPE KeyView readers load file data into memory. The readers then read the data from the cache rather than from the physical disk. You can configure the amount of memory used for file caching through the
formats_e.ini file. Generally, when you increase the memory, performance improves.
By default, HPE KeyView uses a maximum of 1 MB of memory for each thread. If the file data is larger than 1 MB, up to 1 MB of data is cached and the data beyond 1 MB is read from disk. The minimum amount of memory that can be used for file caching is 64 KB.
To determine a reasonable value, divide the maximum amount of memory that you want HPE KeyView to use for file caching by the total number of threads. For example, if you want HPE KeyView to use a maximum of 50 MB of memory and have 10 threads, set the value to 5 MB.
To modify the memory allocated for file caching, change the value for the following parameter in the
[DiskCache] section of the
The value is in kilobytes. If you do not set this parameter or if you set it to
0 (zero), the minimum value of 64 KB is used.
formats_e.ini file is in the directory
install is the path name of the Export installation directory and
OS is the name of the operating system.