Three default power plans are available: Balanced, Power saver, and High performance.Balanced is set by default, which is what Microsoft recommends for general use.By default, Windows Server 2008 puts the paging file on the boot partition where the operating system is installed and creates a default size of the paging file that is 1.5 times the physical RAM, up to a maximum of 4095 MB.Manually setting the size of the paging file typically provides better performance than allowing the server to size it automatically or having no paging file at all.This is especially true given that this resizing activity typically occurs when the memory resources on the system are already constrained.
Some of these configuration options are one-time settings, while others require intermittent updating as your hardware or database sizes change.
In Windows systems, these "paged out" pages are stored in one or more files that are named in the root of a partition. The location and size of the page file is configured in Control Panel.
To set these values, click System, select Advanced system settings, and then click Settings under Performance.
If these disks are heavily fragmented, roles including the web servers (IIS) may experience poor performance that could impact Relativity review.
RAM is a limited resource, whereas virtual memory is, for most practical purposes, unlimited.