MSDN Event Log : > The Event Log service uses memory-mapped files, and it runs as one of > the services under the Services.exe process as Eventlog.dll. When files are > loaded in this way, the entire file is loaded into the computer’s memory. All > of the current versions of Windows have an architectural limitation with regard > to memory-mapped files: no process can have more than 1 GB of memory-mapped > files in total. This limitation means that all of the services that run under > the Services.exe process must share the 1-GB pool. > > Because of these limitations [..] we have verified that the practical limit is > approximately 300 megabytes (MBs) on most 32-bit servers running Windows Server > 2003 that is, 300 MBs for all of the event logs combined
Et vous savez ce qu’est le pire ? C’est que Windows est censé être la solution pour les entreprises, les déploiements massifs, le paradis des sysadmins. Mouarf.
Ca me donne envie de pleurer parfois.