Windows 7 resmon displays 0 hard faults. But perfmon shows pagefault around 60 and perfmon /report tells me my system swaps actively.
AFAIK not every page fault is hard fault: page could be stored in cache, that is "standby" memory, right?
So I really do not have memory bottleneck but perfmon simply does not know about Windows 7 memory management (where pagefault != hardfault)? If so how can I trace swap usage on my PC? (there is no "hardfault" counter in perfmon)?
I found that I should use "Pages Input" and "Pages Output" to get number of pages read / written to disk and "Page Read" / "Page Write" to get number of read / write requests.
But I still can't get why "permon / report" tells me I need to install more memory if "Pages Input / Output" is about zero..