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Feb
5
comment How to know which application is consuming the ram?
Thanks, using RAMMap I found that it was an issue with an upgrade of our virtual infrastructure and about 2,5 Gb where wrongly assigned to "Driver Locked memory". Again, thanks.
Feb
5
accepted How to know which application is consuming the ram?
Feb
5
awarded  Supporter
Feb
5
comment How to know which application is consuming the ram?
Thanks. The fact is that the machine it's really under memory pressure. I had to shutdown almost everything to get the machine responsible and to be able to generate the screenshot. I'll check RAMMap. That memory consumption started 2 days ago without relevant changes and I'm trying to find out why and to fix the issue if it can be fixed.
Feb
5
comment How to know which application is consuming the ram?
Do you think Ressource Monitor will show different information than Process Explorer? Interesting, I'm going to check it.
Feb
5
asked How to know which application is consuming the ram?
Nov
5
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
14
accepted Using Openfiler inside a virtualmachine and VmWare Fault Tolerance
Jun
14
comment Using Openfiler inside a virtualmachine and VmWare Fault Tolerance
Oh crap :( Then i would not be able to implement that solution ... well, thanks for you help mate.
Jun
14
comment Using Openfiler inside a virtualmachine and VmWare Fault Tolerance
I'm really not sure why the files need to be central. Aren't they duplicated as the whole virtual machine with FT?
Jun
14
asked Using Openfiler inside a virtualmachine and VmWare Fault Tolerance
Dec
3
awarded  Scholar
Dec
3
comment There is a commercial tool like Xen + Remus?
Yep, that looks great, thanks.
Dec
3
accepted There is a commercial tool like Xen + Remus?
Dec
3
comment There is a commercial tool like Xen + Remus?
Looks like this has nothing to do with my question because this is a tool for doing backups isn't it?
Dec
2
asked There is a commercial tool like Xen + Remus?