Exchange 2007 SP1 is running on ESX3.5 VMware memory leak

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VMware ESX 3.5
Exchange 2007 SP1 is running on ESX3.5 VMware. (mailbox VM and HT/CAS running on another VM) 16 Gig Ram allocated to mailbox server 5 Storage groups Runs GREAT for about one week then needs to be rebooted because of a memory leak? This is most noticeable when the Backup Exec job that backs up the Storage groups fails. Event logs indicate that "The flush and hold operation for volume E: was aborted because of low available system memory."
ASKED: January 22, 2009  4:40 PM

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