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comment Windows Server - “Not enough storage available error”
You are monitoring the servers, but are you monitoring the services and application pools individually? The 80% you say, was that by the time you got to look what was going on, or was the monitoring history constantly 80% before the error occurred? If it was constantly 80%, then it is the service that logged the Not enough storage available error, which is misbehaving by attempting to allocate an extreme amount of memory in a short time. You should be able to find the original process where the error originated in the event log. From your description it sounds like it could be explorer.exe ?
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comment How do “surveillance” and “nas” class drives relate to “enterprise” and “desktop”
Thanks @Sergey Vlasov, that's what I call enlightening information :-)
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comment How do “surveillance” and “nas” class drives relate to “enterprise” and “desktop”
Thanks @SvW, so there is no "official" benchmarking system to put drives into a specific class? Actually I thought that it's the NAS manufacturer that places a drive in a specific class (for a specific NAS)?
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revised How do “surveillance” and “nas” class drives relate to “enterprise” and “desktop”
Some people think I'm asking for heir opinion on what drive to get. Tried to make clear that I'm asking about the classification system.
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comment How do “surveillance” and “nas” class drives relate to “enterprise” and “desktop”
I'm not asking for an oppinion about what I should get, I'm asking how a drive would fit in a specific class. I know that the MTBF's, energy and sound determine Desktop/Enterprise, but what would make a drive fit into the class Nas and Surveillance? Are these in-between scales on a ranking scheme or what other properties count? So what I'm looking for is an authoritative link to how the classification was achieved.
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comment How do “surveillance” and “nas” class drives relate to “enterprise” and “desktop”
To the downvoters/closers: have you read the question? I'm not asking for opinions, nither what drive I should get. I'm asking how exactly the drives get classified. Which properties would qualify a drive for "Surveillance" instead of "Enterprise"? Why would that not be constructive? What would you suggest to change in the question in order to make it non-opinion based?
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