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SSIS Warnings the buffer manager detected that the system was low on virtual memory.


SSIS Warnings the buffer manager detected that the system was low on virtual memory.

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Dear Community,

Maybe i have a misunderstanding here, but I need your help with setting up SQL Server Memory limitiations to have enough memory for executing SSIS Packages on the same machine without getting errors like this:

The buffer manager detected that the system was low on virtual memory, but was unable to swap out any buffers. 22 buffers were considered and 22 were locked. Either not enough memory is available to the pipeline because not enough is installed, other processes are using it, or too many buffers are locked.


As I know: SQL Server 2005 takes the whole memory as it is limited to Value of "Maximum server memory value". That's what it does now. (8 GB system memory, sql is limited to 7200 MB) But what happens when executing a SSIS Package? Does it share the memory with SQL server limitiation itself?

Is there any way to preserve explicit memory for SSIS execution?

I would be happy if somebody could help me here,

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As I found out this is a great article on the same site:

Top 10 SQL Server Integration Services Best Practices

And it seems that in my Case dtexec.exe has not enough resources (memory, etc..) and also it does not share memory
with SQL Server.

If you have any further good articles, please let me know.

Regards

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M.B.A. (9/13/2010)
As I found out this is a great article on the same site:

Top 10 SQL Server Integration Services Best Practices

And it seems that in my Case dtexec.exe has not enough resources (memory, etc..) and also it does not share memory
with SQL Server.

If you have any further good articles, please let me know.


The article you are referring to is unfortunately a plagiarism of an article written by the SQL Customer Advisory Team. You can find the original article here:

http://sqlcat.com/top10lists/archive/2008/10/01/top-10-sql-server-integration-services-best-practices.aspx


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