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WAD Strange output from "memory" command

Discussion in 'Support' started by rlw, Mar 19, 2013.

  1. rlw

    rlw

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    I have 8 GB of RAM on this Windows 7 machine, and have disabled the Windows paging file. The "memory" command is giving some pretty strange output. It says I have a paging file, and virtual RAM of 8 TB.

    C:\> memory

    37 % Memory load

    8,478,961,664 bytes total physical RAM
    5,288,804,352 bytes available physical RAM

    8,477,061,120 bytes total page file
    4,797,427,712 bytes available page file

    8,796,092,891,136 bytes total virtual RAM
    8,795,894,603,776 bytes available virtual RAM

    262,144 characters total alias
    261,990 characters free

    131,072 characters total function
    131,071 characters free

    20,000 characters total history

    C:\> ver

    TCC 13.04.63 x64 Windows 7 [Version 6.1.7601]
     
  2. rconn

    rconn Administrator
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    It's not TCC, it's Windows -- TCC is just returning the results of the Windows API.

    If it's important to you, pass it on to Microsoft.
     

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