Hoi,

I've posted this before and it looked like the problem was solved but
unfortunately it didn't.

I've upgrade my server from nw65sp4 to nw65sp5 with
n65nss5a
nw65os5a
iprntnw65sp5d
tsa5up19
I also run cluster services 1.7.
I have a 2 x 3 node cluster, they are all on the same patch level.
I hoped to get rid of my memory problem but there's still a problem.

When i boot my server i have 61 % cache buffers, then i start my
backup(data protector 5.5 with latest patches) and sometimes(not always and
untill now only on 2 servers) during my backup
the cache buffer memory goes to 29%...And stays there. Miscellaneous
memory goes up to 53%

Then i got the advice below and it looked like it solved the problem but
it's less
frequently but it still exists
I've added to the smsstart.ncf the add "/CacheMemoryThreshold=2" parameter.

Here is a screenshot of seg.nlm

Server Memory Statistics
v1.72
Memory Category Original Current Change % Delta
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total System Memory 3.00 GB ------ ------ ------
Original Cache Memory 3.00 GB ------ ------ ------
Current Cache Memory 283.7 MB 141.2 MB -142.5 MB -50.24%
NSS Memory (85%) 1.57 GB 796.0 MB -807.9 MB -50.37%
Avail Cache (from NSS) 1.56 GB 793.1 MB -807.2 MB -50.44%
Swap File Size 168.0 MB 302.0 MB 134.0 MB 79.76%
NLM Memory 588.7 MB 770.2 MB 181.5 MB 30.83%
Virtual Memory Pages 545.3 MB 1.24 GB 719.8 MB 132.00%
Largest Cache Segment 276.0 MB 119.1 MB -156.9 MB -56.84%
Largest VM Segment 398.7 MB 39.6 MB -359.1 MB -90.06%
Alloc failures 0
Module Version Date Code/Data Total Memory
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SERVER.NLM 5.70.05 Apr 11, 2006 3,519,002 217,240,090 (207.2
MB)
NSS.NLM 3.24.01 Mar 10, 2006 779,040 192,983,840 (184.0
MB)
DBSRV8.NLM 8.00.03 Nov 30, 2005 3,348,191 138,843,871 (132.4
MB)
DS.NLM 10552.79 Aug 9, 2005 3,024,654 45,754,126 (43.6
MB)
NETSHLD.NLM 4.63 Jun 1, 2005 855,644 18,968,156 (18.1
MB)
APACHE2.NLM 2.00.54 Oct 31, 2005 305,637 16,640,485 (15.9
MB)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
COLUMN TOTALS (for 344 NLMs loaded) 104,336,390 807,570,230 (770.2
MB)



I hope somebody can help me,

Already Thanks,