Any advice whether the cache should be disabled before changing the size of the page file? I had originally set up my page file for 200-300MB on the boot drive and windows managed on my secondary drive.
I have both drives, boot and secondary, cached via MaxVeloSSD.
The reason I am asking is that I am going to change the smaller pagefile on the boot drive to 800-1100MB for Win 7 ULT 64 crash dump (which I hope is never needed) per advice I have read it should be the minimum 800MB (which is what Windows reports is needed for the dump file) plus 300MB.
In general, I am asking if changing pagefile size should be added to the list of things which cache should be disabled for. So far this list includes:
1) HD Defrag
2) Image Backup
Also I would like to mention that since installing MaxVeloSSD caching two drives with this configuration (200-300MB page file on boot, system managed on secondary HD, 4GB RAM cache on each drive), it has run quite well with no problems. As I mentioned in an earlier post, my issues with lockups seem to have stopped after moving the SSD to get more air to run cooler.