Why are the TEM Clients showing so many page faults in the task manager
TEM Client (BESClient.exe) page faults seen in the Windows Task Manager are correllated with IO Reads and IO Writes. It is an inherent behavior of the paging and the pagefault generation.
Resolving the problem
If these are all x32 bit systems then there is no issue as this problem seems to mostly occur with x64 bit systems.
TEM tries to keep the TEM client's memory usage low, by flushing memory. The trade off is shrinking the actual memory footprint of the client. By not flushing the working set as often is a way of reducing page faults but at the expense of using more memory. If you are seeing large CPU spikes or something like that it could be interference from AntiVirus (AV).
Why does the TEM Client appear to read so many bytes from the hard disk?:
The following KB Article covers Client Resources used:
More support for:
IBM BigFix family
Software version: Version Independent
Operating system(s): Windows
Software edition: Edition Independent
Reference #: 1505766
Modified date: 24 September 2014
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