We started with a brand new windows server 2019 datacenter edition and installed an infrastructure monitoring agent on it and strictly no other program. The machine had 8 GB of memory. As part of monitoring NTP offset from sync'd host we scheduled an exe. The problem started after 10-11 days, the memory utilisation had increased to significant level >80%. On analysis we found it was a gradual increase and using RAMMAP we saw every time the exe will run it will leave behind 24k of memory in PAGE Table with 0 B in Private. Moreover this issue is specific to windows server 2019 we tried following same steps on windows server 2012 machine and it worked perfectly fine with no memory creeping issues.
Process Tab: We tried to look for processes using task manager Resource monitor and even WPT xperf utility but could not find any other process consuming such a high amount of memory.
RAMMAP: As it can be seen here the exe scheduled has died already but is still holding page table memory.
Total RAMMAP use counts: https://i.stack.imgur.com/54cYw.png
This has lead to an unanswerable gradual memory spike. Can it be related to some windows server 2019 specific drivers or system files which is used by NTP?