This alarm is activated when the utilization of the paging file exceeds a threshold.
When this alarm is active you should:
This alarm becomes active when there is more than one paging file on a single physical disk.
This can cause performance degradation – especially on IDE disks. IDE disks allow only a single disk operation to be active on the bus at any time.
To rectify this:
The total network bandwidth capacity of the specified network card is nearing the limit where it is saturating the network link. If this is happening regularly, look at:
Tip: If there are multiple network cards on the target system, use the Windows Network Card Display options in the Spotlight on Windows Options window to choose the one whose data you want to display.
This alarm becomes active when a process is suffering a potential memory leak.
A memory leak occurs when a program continues requesting memory over a period without releasing any memory.
For some programs (such as Spotlight) this behaviour is expected as the program stores information over an extended period for dynamic near-history analysis.