Adding more virtual or even physical memory will not help you because a 32 bit computer can not allocate more than 4 gb memory for a single Application.
So, even if you are having 6 gb memory, your QV can at max use 4 gb memory. Switch to 64 bit. then only you will be able to smoothly run it.
Thanks. Have another server on order with plenty of RAM and 64bit OS - In the meantime im trying to work with what I have But why does the limit seem to be set at 1GB as far as qv is concerned, I look at task manager and there is normally plenty of RAM available, yet we a re still logging the events described above? Any ideas?
Typically, a process running under Windows Server 2003 can access up to 2 GB of memory address space (assuming the /3GB switch was not used) with some of the memory being physical memory and some being virtual memory.
The following link will describes how to expand the limit to 3 GB...
As for the thresholds, normally I set them fairly high... 85% and 95%. Otherwise, the logs fill up with warnings.
I have a similar problem with the unique difference is that my server is Enterprise. There is the possibility that happening the same?.It has 24 GB of RAM and I would like to know if the server can use all the RAM available.
The server is Windows 2008 ENTERPRISE 32 bits with 24 GB of RAM.