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How big does page file need to be for kernel dump?

24 Jun

http://blogs.sepago.de/helge/2008/01/23/windows-x64-all-the-same-yet-very-different-part-2/

You can configure several types of memory dumps to be created in case of a blue screen. Mini dumps are practically useless. Full memory dumps are too large for most purposes (try uploading an 8 GB dump file to Microsoft support – not that they mind; it just takes far too long). Kernel dumps are the way to go. This knowledge base article explains the configuration options.

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