I am running Windows 2000 with SP4 installed and all software (security patches) up to date. The error that is appearing in the event logs, ID 2019 "The server was unable to allocate from the system non-paged pool because the pool was empty." I have been looking around for solutions all day; I found a couple from Microsoft however none of them apply to me... As follows:
A) I am running SP4 (Which is says to upgrade too)
B) I am not running any Anti-Virus Software (Another suggestion that might be causing the issue)
C) I am using a "Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet" Ethernet Card, not an Intel or 3COM Ethernet Card.
The server is used to run some sophisticated e-mail server software. As the program is running, I can see the Non-Paged data shown under the Windows Task Manager increase. It gets up to the point of about 120,000 after about 2 hours since the program has been running and then the server just about crashes completely (have to reboot). I have tried every solution out there however I cannot figure it out. I doubt it's the software itself because I have it running on another server with an identical configuration (Software/Hardware wise) and it runs fine.