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Nice question, thanks.


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I may be exposing my ignorance, but is this applicable to SQL server 2008 R2 only?
I get this result in earlier versions of SQL Server:

Invalid object name 'sys.dm_os_memory_nodes'.
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Thanks for the question Steve.
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Good question, thanks

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This applicable to SQL Server 2008 and above. It's not available in 2005 I believe.

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sys.dm_os_memory_nodes exits in sql 2008 and above.
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Learned a lot from this question. Had to do a lot of reading to find the answer, as I mostly deal with non-administration side of SQL Server. Thanks for the question Steve.

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The source cited has the following statement:
Nodes are created per physical NUMA memory nodes


But, as it always is, how does one determine the number of soft NUMA nodes?

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