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Optimum Block Size for SQL Server 2003 Enterprise

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We're building a IBM X445 SQL server. It has a 256 Meg Cache.  We will be using SQL Server 2003 Enterprise.  My question is:  What is the optimum block size for SQL Server 2003 enterprise?
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There is no SQL Server 2003. Is it SQL 2000?
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Check out this site.... might be useful info for you concern...

http://www.ftponline.com/wss/2003_08/magazine/columns/sqlconnection/default_pf.aspx
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