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Resource Exhaustion Detector

Updated: January 8, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

The Resource Exhaustion Detector component of Windows Resource Exhaustion Detection and Resolution (RADAR) identifies the top three consumers of commited memory and warns you when the system commit charge reaches a critical level.

Events

Event ID Source Message

1001

Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector

The Windows Resource Exhaustion Detector started.

1002

Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector

The Windows Resource Exhaustion Detector stopped.

1003

Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector

The Windows Resource Exhaustion Detector received a notification that the computer is low on virtual memory.

1005

Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector

The Windows Resource Exhaustion Detector failed to start due to an error.

1006

Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector

The Windows Resource Exhaustion Detector failed to stop due to an error.

1007

Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector

The Windows Resource Exhaustion Detector experienced a memory allocation failure.

1008

Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector

Windows failed to diagnose a low virtual memory condition.

2004

Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector

Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The following programs consumed the most virtual memory: %1 (%2) consumed %4 bytes, %5 (%6) consumed %8 bytes, and %9 (%10) consumed %12 bytes.

Related Management Information

Resource Exhaustion Prevention

Reliability Infrastructure

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