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Posted on 2004-10-15
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Hello,

Today, our Win2K web server ran out of virtual memory.

We had to reboot our server.

How can I determine how much physical memory is being used up?

Is it possible to find out what process is hogging too much physical memory?

Steve
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Open the task manager and go to the Performance tab.  The mem usage chart is your virtual memory and I believe your limit on Commit Charge is the total of virtual + physical memory.  

You can also go to Computer Management and setup a performance monitor for pagefile usage to keep a history of it.
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