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"4. InitialLargeBufferCount - The count of large buffers allocated by AFD at system startup. Allocate more buffers to improve performance at the cost of physical memory.

Value Type: REG_DWORD

Default: 0/2/10

5. InitialMediumBufferCount - Initial count of medium buffers.

Value Type: REG_DWORD

Default: 4/8/24

6. InitialSmallBufferCount - Initial count of small buffers.

Value Type: REG_DWORD

Default: 8/16/32

7. LargeBufferSize - The size, in bytes, of large buffers used by AFD. Smaller values use less memory and larger

values can improve performance.

Value Type: REG_DWORD

Default: PAGE_SIZE (4096 bytes on i386, 8192 bytes on Alpha)

8. MaxFastTransmit - This parameter controls the maximum amount of data that is transferred in a TransmitFile request on the fast path. Fast I/O is essentially copying data and bypassing the I/O subsystem, instead of mapping memory and going through the I/O subsystem. This is advantageous for small amounts of data.

Value Type: REG_DWORD

Valid Range: 0

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