Monthly Archives: July 2014

WS2008FCS – Cluster disk failing to come online on a Windows 2008 cluster node

This is one real-time scenario with one of my client impacting production file shares running on Windows 2008 Failover cluster nodes. The cluster disk was automatically moved to maintenance mode by cluster service and there was a chkdsk initiated on … Continue reading

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Troubleshooting non-paged pool memory leak event id 2019 using poolmon

Event id 2019 generated by source srv usually indicates that the server is running short on non-paged pool memory, the non-paged pool limitation on Windows 2003 32-bit is 256 MB which is used by kernel and device drivers In case … Continue reading

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WS2008R2 – Windows Time service doesn’t start during server boot on Windows 2008 R2 server in a work group environment

Even if you set Windows Time service to Automatic start, it stops within a few seconds. Why? Event ID 7042 is logged in system event logs on windows 2008 R2 server which is part of work group environment and this … Continue reading

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Windows #The Right way of deleting user profiles from Servers 2000/2003/2008

Whenever we see capacity issues on system drive we find some of the older profiles consuming more space, then we try deleting old profiles on the servers for the user accounts which does not exist anymore in the environment. Whenever … Continue reading

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