We are running Windows 2008 Server SP3, originally thought our server was suffering from the dynamic memory management bug, but after running "RamMap" determined we weren't since the "MetaFile" is small in size, is this a correct assumption?
Although the performance counter Memory\SystemCacheResidentBytes grows, the "MetaFile" stays small.
According to your description, my understanding is that the "MetaFile" is small but there is no available memory.
Low memory problems occur when your computer runs out of RAM and becomes low on virtual memory. This can happen when you run more programs than the RAM installed on the computer is designed to support. Low memory problems can also occur when a program does
not free up memory that it no longer needs.
You could refer to the articles below to troubleshoot the issue:
Troubleshooting Windows Performance Issues: Lots of RAM but no Available Memory
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