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  1.    #1  
    Will the RAM affect when my internal memory goes down to 40MB free unlike before its 55MB? i installed other third apps and it eats up 15MB of my space...

    Will it tend to load slower other apps because of the 15MB deduction to the 55MB before?

    Tnx..
    N3210 > N6210 > N7650 > N3650 > SE K700i > Treo 680 > Treo Pro...
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    NO WAY... On my T650 I used to have less tham 10mb of free memory, ON MY NX70 way back when... less than 4MB (my god unbelievable that that Clie had only about 10mb free....

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    The amount of free RAM is really not that important. What you need to pay attention to is the amount of free RAM in the db cache, which is on another chip. When the db cache gets too low, the device will reset itself.

    Using applications that are designed to operate within the NVFS environment and monitoring the db cache will go a long way toward reducing resets.

    Ben
  4.    #4  
    Quote Originally Posted by bclinger View Post
    The amount of free RAM is really not that important. What you need to pay attention to is the amount of free RAM in the db cache, which is on another chip. When the db cache gets too low, the device will reset itself.

    Using applications that are designed to operate within the NVFS environment and monitoring the db cache will go a long way toward reducing resets.

    Ben


    How will i Know if theres enough free RAM on the db cache? wer can i find it? how can i freen RAM on the DB cache? tnx..
    N3210 > N6210 > N7650 > N3650 > SE K700i > Treo 680 > Treo Pro...
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    On the 650 around 3mb or so, some say a bit lower. My 650 I have Reset Doctor set to clear it at 3mb. There are three applications that I am aware of that look at the db cache - and two that do flushing automagically. I personally recommend Reset Doctor (http://crash.79bmedia.com/) and dbFlush by Alex Pruss, though I do not remember the site.

    Ben

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