Topic Last Modified: 2007-02-15

The Microsoft Exchange Analyzer Tool queries the Win32_NTLogEvent Microsoft Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) class to determine whether an Event 2000, Event 2019, or Event 2020 error has been logged for the SRV (server) or NCP Server source within the last 24 hours.

If the Exchange Analyzer finds that one or more of these events has been logged within the last 24 hours, the Exchange Analyzer displays an error.

This warning indicates that the server's kernel memory is depleted and the server may be experiencing performance issues.

Microsoft Windows kernel memory consists of several memory structures, including paged and non-paged pool memory and system page table entries. These memory structures, also referred to as kernel memory, are used by the operating system to provide an environment for applications such as Exchange.

To address this issue, follow the guidance of the issue-specific Exchange Analyzer articles listed below:

In general, to maintain a healthy Exchange deployment, make sure that you regularly monitor the Exchange Server's kernel memory.

For More Information

For more information about SRV Events 2000, 2019, or 2020 see the "Events and Errors Message Center: Event Details"

For more information about optimizing memory for Exchange Server, see the following Microsoft Knowledge Base articles: