08-14-2017 11:49 AM
08-15-2017 03:23 PM
It shouldn't really take any longer at all. It's just a reboot so the service can begin on system start or something. It's not 'doing anything' so to speak that you'd especially have to wait for.
Note: the nature of RAM caching software is that a crash has the potential to be hazardous to your data. This is why it insists you have a UPS to use it. So you were pretty unlucky to get one whilst enabling it.
Personally I don't use it. I'm sure 99.9% of the time people are going to be fine. But if there wasn't a slight risk assosciated with an unexpected shutdown - there wouldn't be that insistance upon a UPS... That's my view.