The "Storage" Settings control the memory usage of all Tasks that read and/or write to Disk Safes.
The following Storage Setting options are available:
- Default Free Space Threshold (%) - This value will be entered by default to the appropriate field when you create a new Disk Safe. If your Disk Safe has more than the specified percentage of wasted or free space, a defragmentation will be launched. Default value is 5%.
- Minimum Free Space Threshold (%)- This System-wide setting defines the lowest percentage of free space that can trigger a Disk Safe Defragment operation. A value of 5% means no User can configure a Disk Safe to defragment when its free space is less than 5%. This setting can prevent system abuse and conserve resources. Default value is 0% (no limit).
Unnecessary Defragment operations waste system resources.
New in Version 2.x:
Due to the change in caching techniques in CDP Server 2.x, keeping your Disk Safe defragmented is now of greater importance.
See Linux Control Server - Enabling Automatic Defragmentation.
Read more in Accessing Server Settings.