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Is there a method to disable write caching across all satellites? We will get corrupt satellite databases about once a week and would like to turn it off across all sites. Thanks!

asked 28 Aug '14, 11:23

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Hi Ash0r,

There is a setting that will allow you to turn the write cashing off. Go to Settings -> Database Settings. There is a check box towards the top of the menu, uncheck this check box.

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answered 29 Aug '14, 09:05

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Thanks for getting back to me Quinn. Is there a way to disable it across all satellites at once or any way I can do it remotely? I am familiar with the setting in the satellite configuration, but I was hoping not to have to touch each satellite.

(29 Aug '14, 10:28) Ash0r

Ash0r,

There is a registry setting that you can change on the satellite servers. If you save the following text to a .reg file and then push it out to all of the servers and run it, the value will change from 0 to 1.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\PowerAdminServerMonitor] "DB_WRITE_BEHAVIOR"=dword:00000001


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Thanks for getting back to me Quinn. Is there a way to disable it across all satellites at once or any way I can do it remotely? I am familiar with the setting in the satellite configuration, but I was hoping not to have to touch each satellite.

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