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SQL Server 2005 Memory allocation


SQL Server 2005 Memory allocation

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Hi all,

In windows server 2003,32bit processor how much RAM we can add to sql server.

Pls tell more details about memory allocation for sql server.
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Depends to your edition as well but most of 2005 editions supports max amount of RAM that OS supports.

refer http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143506%28v=SQL.90%29.aspx

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If you want SQL to have access to more than 2Gb of RAM on a 32BIT installation, you'll need to configure the 3GB switch in the boot.ini file. Depending on how much RAM you have installed, you may also want to include the PAE option and enable AWE too. Only on 64BIT installations is all the systems RAM available to SQL Server.
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