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    Got a Windows server here that falls apart after several hours of use. Gets really slow, then speeds up for a few seconds, then gets really slow again and repeats until reboot. Can’t seem to pinpoint what is failing. Can’t reproduce the problem at will either. No obvious errors in Event Logs. Ran Windows Memory Diagnostic for several hours with no errors. Here’s the layout:

    Xenapp x64, v4.5 Rollup6
    Windows 2003-R2 Ent. Ed. (disc 2 not installed)
    48 GB of Registered ECC PC10600 RAM
    Dual L5640 XEONs
    X8DTU-F mainboard, BIOS current from mfg website
    Areca ARC-1880IX-24(1GB), BIOS v1.49
    RAIDset0 (RAID6): vol000: 12 disks: C: OS/Pagefile
    RAIDSet1 (RAID6): vol001: 12 disks: D: Applications
    (24) disks are 146GB Seagate ST9146852SS all but 1 at firmware 0005. One is at firmware 0002.

    Any ideas?

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