Configure Memory for More Than 2 GB in SQL Server

By Bill Graziano on 8 April 2002 | 0 Comments | Tags: Memory Tuning


This article describes how to configure SQL Server to use more than 2 GB of physical memory. Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 and Microsoft SQL Server 2000 dynamically acquire and free memory as needed. When you run multiple instances of SQL Server on a computer, each instance dynamically acquires and frees memory to adjust for changes in the workload of the instance. This is a Microsoft Knowledge Base article. Follow the link to Configure Memory for More Than 2 GB in SQL Server...

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