Page Faults in Windows 2003 server for java instances

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Virtual Memory Management
Windows Server
In our environment we have windows 2003 server and IBM Websphere and we are seeing lot of Page Faults for java process also the RAM utilization is only 33% (11 GB of 32 GB available). We are have paging file size of around 3GB. Our objective is to achieve less page faults for java processes and efficient utilization of available memory. To address both this scenario we are planning to choose one of these:
1. No paging at all since we have enough RAM
2. Or having windows recommended setting of paging file size of 1.5x i.e. around 48 GB in our case.
My question is which one you think we should go with, also is there any other solution to address this


Software/Hardware used:
Windows 2003

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