Dienstag, 10. September 2013

Dafür liebe ich Microsoft.
Im Server-Protokoll erscheint eine Meldung, die vor einem "Possible Memory Leak" (Event ID 11) warnt. Und weiter:
"Application "C:\Windows\system32\ServerManager.msc" ) has passed a non-NULL pointer to RPC for an [out] parameter marked [allocate(all_nodes)] ... Contact your application vendor for an updated version of the application."

Im Knowledgebase-Artikel heisst es dazu:

The DHCP management portion of the Server Manager snap-in (UID 6bffd098-a112-3610-9833-46c3f874532d) calls DhcpGetSubnetInfo() with a parameter not initialized as NULL. This causes a false positive detection for a memory leak.

There is no memory leak or functional impact to this specific condition. This warning can be ignored as long as the UUID is {6bffd098-a112-3610-9833-46c3f874532d} and memory is not leaking from the servermananager snap-in instance.


Und als Bonus gibts den noch (wegen WMI, ID 10):
Event filter with query "SELECT * FROM __InstanceModificationEvent WITHIN 60 WHERE TargetInstance ISA "Win32_Processor" AND TargetInstance.LoadPercentage > 99" could not be reactivated in namespace "//./root/CIMV2" because of error 0x80041003.

This originated in the Windows 7 SP1 DVD/ISO creation process. There was an issue in the creation process that caused a WMI registration to remain in the DVD/ISO. Since the registration is designed to work only during the DVD/ISO creation process, it fails to run on a live system and causes these events. These events are not indicative of any issue in the system and can be safely ignored. 


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