SQL Server 2005 with Multiple Instances and Memory Usage

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SQL Server 2005 with Multiple Instances and Memory Usage

Postby housequake » Fri, 16 Feb 2007 08:08:04 GMT

Despite reading numerous posts regarding SQL Server 2005 memory
configuration I'm still confused about my situation.  I am looking at
running multiple instances of SQL Server 2005 Standard on a box with
8gb ram and Windows 2003 Enterprise (everything is 32-bit).  Will the
multiple instances be crowded into the lower 4gb of ram because
standard edition doesn't support AWE?  Or does the AWE option just
affect how much memory a single instance can handle?

Thanks,
Ty


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