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Dear All,

Can some one advise me on the below?
How to find the Total memory using by SQLServer through SQL query?

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Ravichandra.
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http://sqlserverpedia.com/wiki/Current_Memory_Use_By_SQL_Server
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Hi Ravichandra,

This article also explains it nicely.

Pradeep Adiga
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Dear Pradeep,

Thanks.

When I ran a the below query on two different servers I got the below result.
Please advise why it's showing different product versions for SQLServer 2005 ServicePack 3? and also let me know the latest service pack in 2000,2005 and 2008.

select serverproperty('productversion')
select serverproperty('productlevel')
select serverproperty('edition')

Server 1
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9.00.4053.00,SP3 and Standard Edition

Server 2
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9.00.4035.00,SP3 and Standard Edition

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Please go through this site. It answers all the above questions.

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