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my server was under a high load, and the load is not off of it. my cache is still at 47%, and there are no programs running. I have linux suse 10.0 how do i clear the cache. anything that i can do to speed up everything....besides running in console mode? also, is there a way to set how much cache is allowed?
right, I think there may be a couple of lines like below in there
# To enable the cache as well, edit and uncomment the following lines:
# (no cacheing without CacheRoot)
lol...ok i rebooted the server, and it helped a little. i really appreciate your help. I do have a question though.... do you know of any bandwidth monitoring tools that i can use? something that will work in KDE or some kind of graphical user interface?