Memory Object -> Available MBytes
This measurement is the amount of megabytes of memory on the computer (from the OS perspective) that is available to be allocated to processes. It’s the sum of free, standby, and zeroed memory pages. Look at this to see if the average amount of megabytes is fairly consistent for a baseline perspective. This can often be a clue to some other process or service being added when one expects everything on the server is stable with no new application or workloads.
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