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OverviewMemory leak on a Divar IP 7000 R2 triggered by Catalyst Control Center.
Under some circumstances the software Catalyst Control Center (ccc.exe) occupies 100% of the virtual memory on a Windows Server 2012 system.
Loglines from Windows event log showing the memory issue:
Warning 15.09.2017 02-30-37 Microsoft-Windows-Resource-Exhaustion-Detector (3) NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM mydivar
->Windows successfully diagnosed a low virtual memory condition. The following programs consumed the most virtual memory: CCC.exe (10744)
There are two different ways to solve the issue:
1. delete ccc manually from the registry and restart the Divar IP 7000 R2.
2. Update your Divar IP with upcoming BVMS Appliance version 8.0.x
NotesIssue is fixed inside upcoming BVMS Appliance version 8.0.x