We are running notes 5.03 on NT servers and clients are 95,98. Memory on the PC's is either 64 or 128. Users usually have notes open, word and PC DOCS. Many of them are experiencing gpf crashes constantly. I wanted to try the tip suggested below. What should I set the memory quota to? If you have any other suggestions about the gpf's I would appreciate any help. Most of the crashes are NLNotes caused an invalid Page fault module kernel.32.dll
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Tip below: Memory_Quota Memory_Quota = xx Specifying this variable where xx = the amount of memory you want Notes to suck from your PC may help problems some folks have with managing Notes Memory. It may also CREATE memory problems if the number is too low (via out of memory boxes or red boxes). Also note that different versions of Notes has different memory requirements (Notes 5.x seems to require much more memory than Notes 4.x).
Hmmm. I haven't seen GPF's in a long time, especially with R5. I don't know what this PC Docs program is, but perhaps it is trying to access the same memory space as Notes? Do you get the GPFs only if this PC Docs program is running? You can try that parameter, but I would hesitate to do it with a person who wasn't a friend and/or easy going. I'd also make sure your pagefile is large enough, usually around 2x your RAM.
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