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Hi Everyone,

I am facing a memory problem on my development server.
I have 12.5 GB RAM available. During any SSIS run the memory drops to less than 1 GB and never recovers after the run is completed. I am overcoming this by restarting the sql service or restating the server machine; which will free the memory unto 11 GB. Sadly, after any other SSIS run the memory drops again to 1GB. Kindly advice how to overcome this headache.

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hi,

do you use scripts ?
what other components do you use ?
is it One package or all of your packages ?

what version do you have ? (with SP )

Yaron ,
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Which service pack are you on right now.
What Does the SSIS PAckage do?

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Do you have Huge tables?
Do you use lookups to join those tables.?
Is your server 32-BIt and which SQL Server Edition do you have? ENT/STD/.

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First, how did you end up with 12.5gb of memory in a server? 3 4gb dims and a .5gb dim? It is a strange number.

Are you running 32bit or 64bit SQL Server?

What is actually using the memory? Is there a dtexec process hanging, or has SQL Server simply cached a lot of data?
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