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Logging process memory over time.

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Is it possible under Windows 2000 server to LOG the memory consumption of a Windows Service (a process) over time?

We have a Windows Service that goes DOWN a few times in the middle of the night and early morning for no apparently reason.
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I believe you can do this in Performance Monitor.  For Performance Object choose  Process, select Private Bytes for the Counter, and choose the process you have in mind.  You may need to change the polling interval.

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Yeah....I would only do this like......every 5 minutes or so

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