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Hey there. I'm currently working on my sensor panel and I would like to include the virtual memory (free/used/utilized) but it seems like something is "wrong" with that sensor.

My page file is set to ~32GB but the sensor is showing me about ~65GB. Is there something that I don't understand and everything is working fine or is that a bug?

And if thats working as intended, is there any way to see the actual size/utilization of the page file?

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2 hours ago, Backslash said:

Hey there. I'm currently working on my sensor panel and I would like to include the virtual memory (free/used/utilized) but it seems like something is "wrong" with that sensor.

My page file is set to ~32GB but the sensor is showing me about ~65GB. Is there something that I don't understand and everything is working fine or is that a bug?

And if thats working as intended, is there any way to see the actual size/utilization of the page file?

Virtual Memory -- as it is managed by the Windows kernel -- includes physical memory and any swap spaces.  You can use the Correction facility (AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / Correction) to substract the amount of physical memory you've got from that amount to get the total swap space.  That wouldn't be much help to get the actual swap space utilization though.

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On 12/25/2019 at 12:05 AM, Backslash said:

Would there be any way to implemenmt a fix then to make it possible to see only the swap?

We haven't found a reliable way to do that yet.

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