Windows Registry Editor Version 5. It seamed like Superfetch would cache apps before I even loaded them. Is this capability no longer a service, do the registry settings actually do anything? We use Server 2008 for certain workstation applications, and SuperFetch was an aid to performance. I searched but didnt find any relevant info on why there is no superfetch service on windwos 2008 64 bit. Afaik there is no exe file at all, only dll files. That is where superfetch seems to help out. SuperFetch improves Prefetcher by monitoring and adapting to application usage patterns over periods of time, and caching the majority of the files and data needed by them into memory in advance in order to accelerate the access speed and loading time.
Took it apart to find out what chipset the cardreader used and tried it again after reasembly and it works fine with. This is for a number of reasons and everyone should do their own research and come to their own conclusion depending on their particular usage pattern if they have one. Important: These group policy changes will not take effect until you reboot or run the gpupdate. Re-initialize offline files cache How to re-initialize the offline files cache and database If the issue persists, please run Process Explorer and collect some information for our further research: 1. I just cannot find fault with it at all.
If anything, it seemed speedier than Vista, although I don't know if the same will apply with Win7 vs 2008 R2. You can easily measure that by putting some logging code and measuring how long queries take to execute. By default, SuperFetch service is disabled. I've been using it for the last month or two and very pleased. I suppose I should load just Vista and build from there. I will purchase a replacment if someone can direct me one that works.
By default on Windows Server 2008, the service is disabled and if you want to enable it you must first create 2 Registry keys then enable the service. Similar help and support threads Thread Forum As my final project for the year i am setting up a server that we will eventually move all our computers on to. Copy the contents of a Registry Tweak block from this page and paste it into notepad. I'll appreciate an urgent solution to this problem. Packet loss is easily detected, just ping the server for minutes, an hour or more and check the results. And you guessed it - the problem reoccured! You can try to disable SuperFetch to test.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5. In previous versions of Windows Server this was easily done by adding a registry key. You will have to try it out on your system, calculate your own benchmarks and decide for yourself if you should disable SuperFetch. Our host has told us that this sounds like normal network latency, but increasingly frequent multi-minute pauses make me skeptical. In Task Manager, the svchost. Close the Registry Editor, then click Run in the menu Start.
As of now i have 2 computers connected to the domain which they can log on to. It did pretty much everything I needed it to, and was a lot cheaper than buying Vista would have been. This workstation was 64 bit on Server 2008. Scan your system to make sure that the system is virus free. Thanks, Don Hi Sainath, Thanks for the reply - yes I know what SuperFetch is, it is disabled in Server 2008 but easily started as a service with the proper registry settings.
Thanks Syed, one question though - the service is not in the list of services shown in services. Was nice, but can live without. I found , which makes it seem like this is a route many people take. If this does not reveal any problem then you need to instrument. I haven't checked out R2 yet, since I have no x64-capable computer, but if my experience with 2008 was any indication, you'll be fine. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this information. Has anyone encountered it before? Answers of 'No' will not be accepted as I understand some third party tools achieve some of the functionality, but I haven't seen a full end-to-end description of how to get going with them.
I for one would like to know what's new in this area of R2 before major commitments are made to using the product, I am sure others would like to know also. If the server is over utilized, check my answer here: It is a great tool to quickly check if you have network problems, but not the only tool. There are about ten users logged in to RemoteApps at a time. By default, the Superfetch service is installed on a Server 2008 system but left disabled. Our networking guys profess that the new server is setup exactly the same as the old one, so I can't see it being an issue when the application server not being able to access the sql server on the same ports etc. Thanks for your time pille Hello pille1234, Thank you for using Microsoft Windows Vista Forums. Open the Registry Editor by clicking Run in the Start menu.