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Improved Experience with Multi-Process Mode

By March 1, 2024March 6th, 2024Uncategorized

Tech Tips | OpenText Content Server Tips

Improved Experience with Multi-Process Mode

Considering an upgrade to OpenText Content Server (OTCS) 23.1 or later? Brace yourself for an improved experience with the introduction of “Multi-process Mode.” Here are the key highlights you need to know:

  • Increased RAM Usage:
    After the upgrade, you might observe higher RAM usage or unexpected growth in your page.sys file on the C: drive. Don’t panic! This is a result of OT’s new approach to better manage CPU assignment and enhance server worker recovery.
  • Multiple Worker Processes:
    Say goodbye to the days of a single-worker process! With Multi-process Mode, your task manager will showcase multiple OTCS Worker processes, helping optimize CPU management.

To Enable or Not? Consider the following:

  • Smaller Implementation: For compact setups with limited users and smaller servers, you might find this feature unnecessary. Evaluate if the added CPU management is vital for your needs, or if the cost of the additional RAM outweighs the benefits.
  • Larger Environment: In extensive environments with numerous users and occasional system slow-downs or worker failures, consider upping your RAM allowances and enabling this feature for smoother operations.
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