When used in the context of databases, memory refers to RAM directly addressable by the CPU as opposed to going through the I/O subsystem.

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MySQL Memory Grows Over Time

I've got a server running a LAMP stack with 1GB RAM that is maxed out on RAM usage. What I'm observing is that directly after a reboot, it drops to 25% usage, and then slowly climbs over time so that ...
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SQL Server not using available memory

SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition (64-bit) on Windows 2008R2 Enterprise Server has over 300 GB of memory but total memory use in control panel never goes over 86 GB Have SQL configured to use ...
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sql server max memory includes SSIS?

I have installed 2 instances of sql server plus SSIS on the following server. Note the amount of RAM is nearly 384 GB And this is the max and min memory settings that I have applied to my 2 ...
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Plan cache memory: parameterized SQL vs stored procedures

In making a case to disallow parameterized SQL in my company's development environment the lead developer related a story about how the last time they used parameterized SQL the server had major ...
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Optimizing DELETE Query on MySQL MEMORY Table

I run a large forum which maintains a MySQL database for backend data storage. The 'session' table tracks logged in users & guests. It is currently about 100k records, so not really that large. ...
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SSIS Memory allocation

Is SSIS subject to the maximum memory limitations for SQL Server 2012 Standard edition? If I have a server with 128GB RAM and I allocate 64GB of RAM to SQL Server does SSIS utilise this memory or ...
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Why is Page Life Expectancy value sometimes exceptionally high (4,3 M)?

My value of PAGE LIFE EXPECTANCY usually is in a range of 3000 - 10000. But as you can see in the little data sample below, there are regular values of about 4,3 Milion. I get those values using ...
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Wordpress blog where pages are almost-always served from cache: SSD or more RAM?

I am working on the design of a Wordpress blog which when finished will almost-always serve pages from disk cache and this is because all posts will be published in batch and then cached, with at ...
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Out of memory mysql was aborted

I am using windows 2003 server, with 8G of RAM and MySQL was installed on It. I am getting error as follows out of memory.[ERROR] mysqld: Out of memory (Needed 523712 bytes). The configuration ...
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SQL Server 2012 memory issue [closed]

I am having performance issues on a Windows 2012 Server running SQL 2012. When I run the DBCC MEMORYSTATUS command I receive the following. Process/System Counts Value Available Physical Memory ...
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return my.conf values to sane levels (total memory footprint = 220GB)

I recently took over administration responsibilities for one of our databases. The existing my.cnf has some crazy values. I should mention that one table has 1.8 billion rows of mostly unneeded ...
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Do threads in cache still use memory?

I was studying about how and how much memory allocated to each connection thread and found below MySQL tutorial: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/memory-use.html There is a point mentioned as ...
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Large table with historical data allocates too much of SQL Server 2008 Std. memory - performance loss for other databases

Based on this question and the answers given: SQL 2008 Server - performance loss possibly connected with a very large table I have discovered memory allocation problem with SQL Server 2008. ...
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MySQL Storage Engine and Memory

I recently found out that, the databases does not have standard architecture(data model), some of them are, No relationship between tables(entities). No indexes defined. Only integer and varchar ...
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When should I NOT set the Maximum Server Memory option in SQL Server?

In SQL Server, I normally set the Maximum Server Memory setting to one of the popular best practices, such as leaving 10% or 4GB, whichever is higher. ...