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Improving Disk I/O performance for VMware Workstation



I too myself get enough calls from the Oracle mail. Many complain of a OS running rather slow (sometimes). There is a lot you can do with customizing the Oracle memory but we should also pay attention to the general guest OS's performance as a whole.

This blogger haas some suggestions...

Even on a 2 GB RAM workstation VMware virtual machines can run slowly. Too slowly sometimes.
This can depend on a large amount of factors but we can reduce the number to 4 critical issues:

1. Antivirus real-time protection
You probably run VMware Workstation on your everyday working computer, and you probably want to stay secure running an antivirus software.

The most useful feature of any AV is the real-time protection, catching and monitoring I/O accesses of every process for ........


Read further and also do not forget to read the manuals (online and PDF) regularly

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