Windows 2012, WMIPRVSE. EXE WMI service loses memory

Hi all

In my Windows 2012 9200 server, I installed the provider of LSI and I execute associateur queries to the LSI provider that interacts more with the WMI service that acts as a CIM Object Manager (CIMOM). When I run these queries, I see the memory use huge increase the WMIPRVSE. EXE service.

I was looking through some articles and got to know that it is a known problem. But Microsoft did not apply this question to the Server Windows 2012. Here are my conclusions,

Use of the maximum memory by the particular host: 536870912 Bytes.After which it would break and a new wmiprvse.exe would come to the top. I do not change this limit of memory because it is not the procedure to solve this problem.

Can anyone who has had this problem, could guide me?

Thanks in advance.

Kind regards

Ravi

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