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Posted on 2009-07-02
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WIndows 2003 Storage Server seems to run high paging counts all the time
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Thats because of store.exe caching the database. This is normal and can be ignored. The memory is released when needed.
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PS. I assume you mean store.exe which is infact a component of exchange, excuse my reply if not.
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This is a Windows 2003 Storage Server and is used as a file server and not Exchange Server
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Ok thats odd, try running a check disk with automatically recover bad sectors and fix system errors on the drives/partitions
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It was the backup service
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