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MCS cache and Task manager


david brown1709155931

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For RAM you can use this

 

 $os = Get-Ciminstance Win32_OperatingSystem
 $pctFree = [math]::Round(($os.FreePhysicalMemory/$os.TotalVisibleMemorySize)*100,2)
$os | Select @{Name = "PctFree"; Expression = {$pctFree}},
>> @{Name = "FreeGB";Expression = {[math]::Round($_.FreePhysicalMemory/1mb,2)}},
>> @{Name = "TotalGB";Expression = {[int]($_.TotalVisibleMemorySize/1mb)}}

 

Output

PctFree FreeGB TotalGB
------- ------ -------
  52.43  12.57      24

Ref:

https://www.petri.com/display-memory-usage-powershell

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On 3/18/2019 at 10:16 AM, david brown1709155931 said:

hello all

 

if task manager reports 50% of memory being used does that mean 50% is available to the system or does the MCS cache have to be taken into consideration ?.

 

is their a powershell cmd to check cache and available system memory ?

 

environment is 

XenApp 7.15LTSR CU3

 

thanks

 

dave

 

 

 

 

Task Manager will take the RAM cache into account. The best way to monitor what the RAM cache is actually doing is via perfmon. When you install the VDA it will add a group of performance counters called "Citrix MCS Storage Driver".

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