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I'm getting an error in the system log that has event ID 2019, The server was unable to allocate from the system nonpaged pool because the pool was empty.

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Event data says \Device\LanmanServer
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That link to the backroom tech was great.

Had 1 process taking up 75GB of non paged memory and killed it and it fixed everything.

However, DNS is taking up 7.5GB of Non-paged memory.  Is this common?
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