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Actual Memory faults
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  1. 03.07.2012 15:07:07
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In stable LVE manager, memory faults were LVE\'s exceeding the virtual memory limit. The new beta LVE manager has virtual and physical memory limits, so if in stats an LVE is shown to have say 20 MemF is that now virtual memory or physical memory usage faults?
  1. 03.07.2012 16:07:19
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Old memory limits = new Virtual memory limits.
MemF -- virtual memory faults.
  1. 03.07.2012 16:07:29
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Thanks.
So how to tell if if physical memory limit is reached?
  1. 03.07.2012 16:07:16
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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By using pMEMf field.
  1. 03.07.2012 16:07:27
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Where is this pMEMf field in new beta LVE manager?
  1. 03.07.2012 16:07:25
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  1. 03.07.2012 16:07:26
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You just released an updated version!! That is fast! :D
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