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How would I know the kernel memory usage?

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You can check the Windows Task Manager (Ctrl-Shift-Esc, or Ctrl-Alt-Del-->Task Manager).

Not sure about previous versions of Windows off-hand (you didn't specify), but Windows 7 shows both Paged and Nonpaged kernel memory usage.

Hope that helps...

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