There can be many processes, each one having its own 2 GB of private virtual address space.
When the memory that is in use by all the existing processes exceeds the amount of available RAM, the operating system moves pages (4 KB pieces) of one or more virtual address spaces to the hard disk, freeing that RAM frame for other uses.
Ensure the option to "Install updates automatically" on all Relativity servers has been disabled.
By default, Windows Server 2008 puts the paging file on the boot partition where the operating system is installed and creates a default size of the paging file that is 1.5 times the physical RAM, up to a maximum of 4095 MB.
Manually setting the size of the paging file typically provides better performance than allowing the server to size it automatically or having no paging file at all.
Windows sees the data logically from the software level, outside of the storage realm.
If Windows detects a file in hundreds of pieces, SAN performance may be affected.