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Posted Monday, November 1, 2004 6:39 PM


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We tried it with a 20GB Database, a few months ago, and I think it is still running now. We actually ran out of memory, and we were running 4GB.
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Did you actually recover the database?  Do you mean that you ran into a memory problem during recovery?  I'm interested.  Please let me know.


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