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If SQL SERVER 2008 server has crashed and then restored, which event viewer /log file/system monitor(s) will the information about crash?

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MS SQL DB 2008 has been crashed which I am suspecting due to memory over flow.

Now it is restored but pls let me know which log/Monitoring tool would best describe the scenario of the crash ?
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I would look in the application and system logs of the eventvwr, and look at the SQL Server error log from just before the crash.
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Yes.  And if SQL produced any dump file(s), be sure to keep copies of it(them) as well.
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