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High Disk Usage while cleaning out “modified memory” on Windows 8

I am looking at the resource monitor tool of Windows 8. After closing a VMWare-VM, the "modified memory" jumps from 16 MB to 2GB. It slowly goes back down to 16 MB. While going back down, the disk ...
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“Empty Working Set” option in RAMMap

What does this option basically do? Does it free the unused memory? If so, how does it affect the performance? In what cases will I use it?
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Out of memory Problem

I'm running a C++ program in Ubuntu 10.04 (32-bit system architecture). If I calculate the amount of memory that my program uses, it comes up to 800MB. I have a 4GB RAM in place. But still before the ...
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Sorted tree view in htop or alternative?

I am running a Debian flavor of Linux, and I use htop to keep track of memory usage, since it is more detailed than top. I can't seem to get it to sort by memory and display process trees at the same ...
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What I should know about memory management?

first of all: I don't use stackadmin or similar so please don't vote for moving there, I'm reading man top and paper "what every programmer should know about memory ..." I need really simple ...
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Puzzled whether format the partition or simply copy back contents

In my previous question ntfs-partition-gets-auto-corrupt-becomes-raw-and-unreadable, I got some answers, but I am still not clear as to how to solve the problem. To quickly summarize it, Problem: ...
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Is CPU cache (L1 - Ln) equal to TLB

If we are talking about CPU cache. Is Ln synonym for saying 'TLB (translation lookaside buffer) of type Ln' or does Ln include also somethin else than just TLB?
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Memory usage classification under Darwin (Mac OS X 10.8)

on Mac OS X using Memory Clean, I can behold this memory usage stats chart: While the meaning of active and free seems to be clear, what do "wired" and "inactive" memory refer to?
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Is there an easy fix to this copy/paste into Excel error?

When I attempt to paste a large spreadsheet (from a DB, ~90,000 rows) into Excel, I keep getting this error: Microsoft Excel is waiting for another application to complete an OLE action I ...
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Windows server 2008 CPU load balancing

I have a Windows server 2008 CPU and Active Directory installed. Some how with lot of users and compiling process and many things, the CPU load rise too much and makes the server goes slow. What is ...
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How can I find out the memory usage of a Virtual PC VM through the host?

If I start a VM using Virtual PC then Task Manager does not show the memory usage of the VM. For example, right now I have a Windows 7 VM running. I have: VMWindow.exe 60MB RAM vpc.exe 24MB ...
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Random freezing caused by khugepaged?

I have a fairly beefy Arch Linux computer, kernel 3.7.7-1-ARCH. However, recently it's been having random freeze ups. Never common, but it'd freeze for a good 15 seconds where no program is ...
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SQL Server Continues to Swap RAM After Using a Virtual Machine

I have a dev computer running Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise and SQL Server 2008 R2 Enterprise, with 8GB of RAM. As I write code and use the database, SQL Server will use more-and-more RAM (which ...
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Set maximum memory per process in Windows 8.1

I am using a Toshiba laptop with 6.0 GB of memory running Windows 8.1. I've had it freeze up a couple of times due to a process trying to use more memory than the computer has available. I've been ...
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Werfault.exe Error Windows 8.1

I am using Windows 8.1 and two days ago I was playing an online game when suddenly the laptop froze. WerFault.exe-Application Error The Instruction at 0x747193a8 referenced memory at 0x008d23a0.The ...
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ReadyBoost : How a Software Component Helps Boost the System Performance by Exploiting Flash Memory as a Cache?

One of the nice feature of windows 7 for low memory system is ReadyBoost, a software component that uses flash memory as a cache to actually speed up the the performance(Ref-Wikipedia). But If we ...
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99% used memory, but 70% of unused allocated memory and 97% swap available: what can I do?

In a server with 48GB of RAM, when I run top, I see that less than 500 MB are free (1%), whereas when I sum up the column of % of memory used by each process, it is around 30%. Since only the 2.7% of ...
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BSOD MEMORY_MANAGEMENT

I'm getting a BSOD very frequently on my desktop computer. Is there any way to know what the problem is from the BSOD information? I found the information not really useful. I will try with some new ...
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Windows 8.1 Waiting Lock Pool Tag FLwl - High Memory Usage

I am running Windows 8.1 with 8gb of ram and have lately been experiencing crashing issues with windows explorer when RAM utilization is over ~73%. I have run poolmon.exe to see if there are any ...
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PCI Express BAR memory mapping basic understanding

I am trying to understand how PCI Express works so i can write a windows driver that can read and write to a custom PCI Express device with no on-board memory. I understand that the Base Address ...
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What is the name of the range of cells that are actually loaded into memory in Excel?

I keep thinking it's called Visible Range but I doubt that's actually it. Basically I'm trying to find out what the cells that are selected when you press CTRL+Left Arrow is called.
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Kernel OOM killer been called when plenty of memory left while using malloc

The program is a memory exerciser that request multiple chunks of 512MB to malloc. For some reason the node 0 is been memory exhausted while the others are not been called. MemExerciser cpuset=/ ...
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Forcing suspended jobs to swap all memory in Ubuntu

Is is possible to suspend a job and force all of its memory to swap? I've got six jobs running, and they're competing with each other for resources. So much gets wasted on system swapping that they ...