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yuvipoy
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Hi,
What is the max memory support for SQL server 2000(32 bit)

when i came across technet i got this information

Operating System Enterprise Edition Standard Edition Personal Edition Developer Edition "Desktop Engine
(MSDE 2000)"
Windows 2000 DataCenter 64 GB 2 GB 2 GB 64 GB 2 GB

SQL Server CE Enterprise Evaluation Edition

N/A 64 GB

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa933149(v=sql.80).aspx

If i use operating system as Windows NT 4.0 Server RAM is limited to 2 GB ?

so if my operating system is Windows 2000 DataCenter (32) bit can i use 64 GB of RAM?

Any suggestions on this.
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The documentation is correct (unsurprising)

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Thanks Gail for replaying in this SQL 2000 forum.
So if i am using Windows 2000 DataCenter as 32 bit OS , can it take 64 GB of RAM.
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If that's what the documentation says, then that's what it can take.

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