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Why isn't SQL Server using the Max Server Memory setting?

I have a SQL Server machine with the following: Windows 2003 Enterprise SP2 (32-Bit) SQL Server 2005 (32-Bit) 12GB RAM /PAE switch set in boot.ini 6 SQL instances, all with AWE enabled No other ...
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Query Plans not retained insufficient memory errors

We have been experiencing memory issues with SQL Server. We first realised we had a problem when we started getting timeouts and login errors: A connection was successfully established with the ...
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Minimum/Maximum Server Memory in SQL Server 2005 with /3GB and /Userva switches

I have a 32-Bit Windows 2003 machine with 3.75GB RAM running one SQL Server 2005 instance. I am trying to optimize memory. If I use the switches in boot.ini like below, /3GB /Userva=2490 should I ...
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Quick look at how much RAM is allocated to SQL Server?

With SQL Server 2005, you could look at the Task Manager and, at least, get a cursory look at how much memory is allocated to SQL Server. With SQL Server 2008, the Working Set or Commit Size never ...
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SQL Server falling below 5000 free pages

I have set alerts on two SQL Server 2005 instances I have in production. One of those alerts is sent whenever the Free Pages performance counter falls below the 5000 pages mark. Both servers normally ...
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How to increase the amount of memory sql server uses on the server?

On the db server, we have 4 GB of memory. Currently, the memory utilization of Sql Server 2005 on that server is 1,725,000 K and the total memory usage is stable at 2.04 GB. The Cpu usage on the ...