|Oracle9i OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide for Windows
Release 1 (9.0.1) for Windows
Part Number A90371-01
Tuning, 3 of 6
Some operating systems have settings that can have a significant impact on the resources that are available to OLAP Services. If OLAP Services cannot access the resources it needs, then it cannot perform up to its full capacity. On Windows NT, the critical setting is the server mode in which the cache manager runs. A Windows NT server can operate in two distinct modes:
For OLAP Services to have the resources it needs to work properly, your Windows NT server must be configured to operate in compute server mode.
Tip: These modes apply only to servers and not to Windows NT workstations.
Follow these steps to configure the Windows NT cache manager:
Important: Even after you correct this setting, you should check it periodically to make sure that it has not been changed by another user or application.