What is the frequency you are collecting the memory stat. I changed mine down to every min because i wasn't seeing momentary drops. After doing so i van see occasions of significant drops. Those numbers though don't make sense.
I thought that warning was suppose to trigger below 100mb.
I haven't been tracking memory (never had any significant memory issues) so I don't have any history to look at.
One thing, however - memory hasn't changed since I noticed the alert ealier this evening...still at exactly 446012 that was reported three hours ago. If the memory reported stays there for a lot longer wondering if that may be indicating that memory reporting is "stuck."
Something is up...below is from the freeMemory endpoint. So memory is very low (83,676). It appears that Hub Info is not getting the correct value. I'm going to reboot the hub now.
Oh man, DOH (all caps!) - I had uninstalled and re-installed the driver a while back when I was troubleshooting some other stuff, and forgot to set up my poll queues. Just re-assigned it to a queue and memory is polling normally.
Operator error...sorry for the confusion.
I do have one question - should the manual Refresh on the Hub Info Device page work even if free memory isn't assigned to a queue?