Thread: Kernel Memory
2006-10-10, 09:52 #1
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I'm trying to identify performance differences between two ostensibly identical servers (same memory, cpu, clocks, disk space available / used, applications, OS, etc). The only thing that I can put my finger on is "Kernel Memory" as reported by Windows Task Manager on the performance tab.
How is Kernel Memory allocated? Is it dynamic, and if so what does it depend on? If not, how can I change it?
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2006-10-10, 12:28 #2
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Re: Kernel Memory
Check out the links at kernel memory allocation 2000 - Search Results.