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Allocate memory to SELECT statement in sql server 2005


Allocate memory to SELECT statement in sql server 2005

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Peter Trast (1/13/2011)[hr
Just remember that Resource Governor is new to SQL Server 2008 and this is a 2005 question.
Maybe it is time to upgrade? Smile

And this is exactly the kind of thing it was made for
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb895232.aspx

And only CPU and memory can be governed, by a percentage of the total, with a minimum and maximum for each workload definition. This is definitely a feature worth upgrading to 2008 for.


And hence the Answer. I was referring to SQL 2005 as this is SQL 2005 forum

Thank You,

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Just as a side note:
Resource Governor is available only on the Enterprise, Developer, and Evaluation editions of SQL Server (2008 and up).



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Just remember that Resource Governor is new to SQL Server 2008 and this is a 2005 question.


Yeah.That's true. How did I miss that ?

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sqlbuddy123 (1/13/2011)
Peter Trast (1/13/2011)[hr
Just remember that Resource Governor is new to SQL Server 2008 and this is a 2005 question.
Maybe it is time to upgrade? Smile

And this is exactly the kind of thing it was made for
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb895232.aspx

And only CPU and memory can be governed, by a percentage of the total, with a minimum and maximum for each workload definition. This is definitely a feature worth upgrading to 2008 for.


And hence the Answer. I was referring to SQL 2005 as this is SQL 2005 forum

Thank You,

Best Regards,
SQLbuddy


Agreed! In SQL Server 2005, it cannot be done. Hence the recommendation to upgrade (and no longer need this forum) Smile

Salutations!
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