This alarm is activated when the level of Cache Writes exceeds a threshold.
High cache writes usually mean one of the following:
When this alarm is current you should look at the Processes tab on the Processes drilldown to see which applications are busy. Look at page faults delta and CPU time. These columns will show which applications are causing the high level of cache writes.
When the current user count nears the number of user licenses available on the machine, it may be time to upgrade the license count on that particular system.
This alarm is raised when a process is terminated that was selected for diagnosis in the Windows Applications Metrics options in the Spotlight on Windows Options window.
This shows that the logical disk is filling up or is full.
To rectify this:
It is recommended that a backup of the system is taken before any files are moved or deleted.