RAM maxed out in Windows 10

Discussion in 'Windows Guest OS Discussion' started by StuartD2, Jan 22, 2019.

  1. StuartD2

    StuartD2 Bit Poster

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    Things were fairly normal until a burp in time this afternoon when working in WIN 10 slowed to crawl...
    Checking the Resource Monitor shows the RAM maxed out (Have 24 Gig, with 5.9 ascribed to Win10).

    I realise at this point in time (and there was a time before this...) the default solution for everything is to reinstall parallels tools.
    This I have done, for no good result... having been in and out of the VM a few times now, I can see that even when I am not working in WIN10, in fact while it is still booting, the RAM is maxed out..

    Now, why do you suppose that is....?
     
  2. Maria@Parallels

    Maria@Parallels Parallels Team

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    Hi @StuartD2 could you please provide us with the screenshot of this issue?
     
  3. StuartD2

    StuartD2 Bit Poster

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    Sure..
    Attached...

    Nothing running, doesn't matter what RAM is ascribed to Win 10, the meter is always full..

    I will note that "normal" operation is something I have come to accept, with a disappearing, sluggish cursor. This doesn't happen in Win XP or Mac OSX.
    I have likened it elsewhere in here to have the cursor on a rubber band and often the rubber band breaks.
    A ticket was opened for that some time ago, it travelled a fair way, back and forth, until those on the other side left me to watch for v14 updates, in the hope that a miracle would occur and fix things. Of course that hasn't happened...

    Conversely, working in XP is a dream, but not everything runs in XP.....
     

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  4. MarkLe

    MarkLe Bit Poster

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    I have the same issue (Win 10, Parallels 14.1.2). Resource monitor in Windows seems to show the correct amount of memory used.

    I also checked the RAM usage for a CentOS VM: that's showing the same behaviour: the RAM bar is always maxed out. So this clearly appears to be an issue with the Parallels Resource Monitor.
     

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  5. Maria@Parallels

    Maria@Parallels Parallels Team

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    Guys, could you generate the problem report please? Check this article for more info, generate report right after the issue reoccurs and reply us back with the report ID.
     
  6. MarkLe

    MarkLe Bit Poster

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    Sure!
    Just booted my Windows 10 VM, looked at the resource monitor (100% of 6 GB of ram shown in use) and created the report. Report ID = 298849605
     

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