Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.

Discussion in 'Windows Server Systems' started by CKUADaisy, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. CKUADaisy

    CKUADaisy OSNN One Post Wonder

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    Event Type: Error
    Event Source: Userenv
    Event Category: None
    Event ID: 1000
    Date: 03.03.2009
    Time: 9:17:57
    User: NT AUTHORITY\SYST
    Description:
    RegLoadKey failed. Return value Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service. for C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows\\UsrClass.dat.

    Event Type: Error
    Event Source: Userenv
    Event Category: None
    Event ID: 1000
    Date: 03.03.2009
    Time: 9:17:57
    User: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
    Description:
    Windows cannot load the user's profile but has logged you on with the default profile for the system.
    DETAIL - Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.
    Also, CPU usage is 100%!!!

    please help me, thanks in advance

    this server running W2k SP4
     
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  2. fitz

    fitz Just Floating Along Staff Member Political User Folding Team

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    1) what is using up all your CPU?
    2) how much free disk space do you have?
    3) What is your current max registry size and current registry size?
    4) how much RAM is in the server?
     
  3. American Zombie

    American Zombie Moderator Staff Member Political User

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    Have seen this problem before.
    May want to look at Q312362.
     
  4. Perris Calderon

    Perris Calderon Moderator Staff Member Political User

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    first, as fitz says, you have to find out what's using all that cpu, then give american zombie's post a look see

    that's an interesting kb article zombie, especially this part;

    notice my bold

    while ckua daisy should try setting that to 60 as the article suggests, (after addressing the cpu useage and if addressing the issue doesn't give relief), I am wondering something for others

    for those who do not get memory pressure I am wondering if setting that number to 90 or so might make the system a little more snappy

    probably not, if the system isn't under pressure then anything trimmed is going to go to the standby list and still be in memory but it is a thought

    I just added the dword and my new value, I doubt I'll notice anything but worth an experiment
     
    Last edited: Mar 4, 2009
  5. CKUADaisy

    CKUADaisy OSNN One Post Wonder

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    Thanks everyone, I'll try those later
    Also CPU percentage alreay run down after killing some processes