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WmiPrvSE memory leak on Windows 2008 *R2*

I've seen references on Windows 2008 to WmiPrvSE leaks, but nothing about Windows 2008 R2. We're running R2 on top of Hyper-V (2008). We are also running NSClient++ for monitoring from opsview. Over ...
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Finding Memory Leak on Linux

I'm going crazy trying to find a memory leak on one of our main boxes. It runs CentOS, kernel 2.6.18, x86-64. The box (actually VM on Xen) has been running great with no problems since it was created ...
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How do I see what is allocated in my paged pool memory?

Here is a sample output of the !vm command in the kernel debugger of windbg.exe: *** Virtual Memory Usage *** Physical Memory: 259676 ( 1038704 Kb) Page File: \??\C:\pagefile.sys Current: ...
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Ideas on identifying the culprit for growing non-paged pool usage by AfdP?

We're trying to diagnose an issue where AfdP usage continues to climb until it hits a maximum and the system hangs due to lack of non-paged pool memory. We're working with a third-party application ...
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poolmon: Which driver uses “Thre”?

One step further: On my machine, the pool tagged "Thre" grows about 1MB/day. Searching for "Thre" with findstr returns about every *.sys file on my harddisk. Any ideas how I could reduce the number of ...
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How to analyze the output of poolmon

I've read the KB articles about poolmon but they don't tell me how to analyze the numbers. My first guess is to look for drivers where the value in the column "Diff" is very high. Is that correct? In ...