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Windows 2008R2 raising low memory events when 50GB of RAM is available

Observed Windows 2008 R2 is generating KernelObjects\LowMemoryCondition events when there is 50GB of RAM available and all processes are using just around 18GB. Not able to find the reason why ...
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Prevent a closed source chosen process from swapping on Windows [duplicate]

When I run VirtualBox If I don't use VirtualBox for some time and then I come back to using it the virtual machine runs very slowly, obliviously all subsequent operation go enough fast. How I can ...
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Windows - How can I flush modified memory?

This is a follow up on my previous question, here: Windows modified memory without a pagefile - Super User I have no pagefile and a lot of modified memory according to resource monitor (Win 7 x64). ...
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Windows modified memory without a pagefile

How does Windows' modified memory work without a pagefile? The physical memory is modified and then...? I'm running Windows 7 with 16GB of RAM and no pagefile. I have about 2.5GB of modified memory, ...
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How does FileStream appends physically works?

I was dealing with a prepending problem and suddenly leads me to think about this question.... Maybe not only related to FileStream, I want to know how we actually appends binary into a file ...
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Empty/dump modified memory to pagefile in windows

I use process hacker to clear out a few gigs of ram before loading large files such as 2GB stack traces so that everything does not freeze up for an hour as stuff gets swapped back and forth. However ...
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Windows equivalent for “cat /proc/iomem”

Is there an equivalent program for Windows that "cat /proc/iomem" gives you under Linux? I'd like an easy way to read the Windows memory map.
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Is killing a process still considered bad for memory management?

So I am having a little discussion with my boss about memory management. I've been told that killing a process does not allow it to deallocate memory. Is that still the case, or was that years ago? ...
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Why does my 32bit ubuntu see 8GB of RAM?

I have just installed a fresh copy of ubuntu 11.04 32 bit and I was surprised to see that the OS can see my 8GB of RAM not like Windows 32 bit OS. How does it work? How is the address mapping ...
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Why RAM usage is much bigger than Virtual Memory usage

I am running some tests on a very powerful machine ( 24GB RAM, Window 2008 64bit ) I checked my task manager: Physical memory: 98% ( RAM is 24GB ) But the totally "Memory(Private working set)" usage ...
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Windows x86 physical memory is 24-bit?

I am reading the new book, Windows Internals 5 about memory management (chapter 9 in Physical Address Extension PAE section). It is mentioned "A 32-bit system represents physical addresses internally ...