Since applying SP1 to NW 6.5 OES I've had memory problems, but they
are not showing as fragmentation. As the days go by the NLM
WS2_32.NLM continues to eat up memory. After 12 days this is what it
looks like and then the memory problems begin. - Resolution...reboot
the server.

NLM Total 1,753,096,508
Alloc: 1,752,797,184
Cache: 0
Stack: 0
Code: 227,384
Data: 71,940

WS2_32.NLM Version 6.21.12 June 2, 2005

Allocation Resources
Description Bytes Memory
WS2_32 Accept Conn. Data 0 0 KB
WS2_32 Nios Event 0 0 KB
WS2_32 Block Ctl 6960 6 KB
WS2_32 Socket Block 543743760 518 MB
NSP Alloc Memory 0 0 KB
NIOS Memory 0 0 KB
SPI MAPPER LARGE ALLOCS 0 0 KB
SPI MAPPER RTAG 17528 17 KB
Winsock Command Processing Memory 0 0 KB
Unbound Stack Allocations 0 0 KB
User Memory Allocations 18676 18 KB
NSPDNS Alloc Memory 15008 14 KB
Hosts Table Memory 4636 4 KB
Protocol Table Memory 3228 3 KB
Services Table Memory 0 0 KB
WS2_32 Alloc 4648 4 KB
WS2_32 protoObj 736 0 KB
WS2_32 sessnObj 170898464 162 MB
WS2_32 ProtectedMemory Recv 0 0 KB
WS2_32 ProtectedMemory Send 0 0 KB
WS2_32 Statistics 0 0 KB
WS2_32 HASH TABLE 262512 256 KB
WS2 WSkScheduleCallOut 0 0 KB
WS2 Object Cache Node 336 0 KB
Message Frag Queue 480 0 KB
Message User Header 196692 192 KB
WS2_32 XLarge Message Header 132464 129 KB
WS2_32 Large Message Header 25620 25 KB
WS2_32 Medium Message Header 23180 22 KB
WS2_32 Small Message Header 15640 15 KB
WS2_32 XSmallMessage Header 924330596 881 MB
Ctl-2 Message Header 0 0 KB
Ctl Message Header 0 0 KB
WS2_32 Message Header 4176 4 KB
TransmitFile Memory 122880 120 KB
KERNLIB system calls 2996 2 KB
2532 MB collected

Logical Address Space
Space Usage Actual Percent
In Use Kernel Space 3,069,456,384 71.4
Free Kernel Space 128,421,888 2.9
Fragmented Kernel Space 31,735,808 0.7
Reserved for User Spaces 731,897,856 17.0
Reserved for OS Data 333,455,360 7.7
Peak User Space 683,339,776 15.9
Total Address Space 4,294,967,296 100.0

Physical Server Memory
Memory Usage Actual Peak Value
NLM Memory 1,741,787,136 1,778,634,752
File System Cache 1,327,669,248 1,328,283,648
Extended File System Memory 0 0
Virtual Memory System 33,128,448 139,964,416
Extended Virtual Memory System 0 0
Available Memory 113,876,992 1,228,800*
DOS, Video, Misc. Memory 4,314,112 4,314,112
Total System Memory 3,220,775,936 N/A


Has anyone else seen this or have any suggestions?
Thanks