I have a 64-bit SQL Server 2005 install with 4 processors and 16 GBs of RAM. When running jobs executing stored procedures on it, it takes over 14 hours to complete. When it was originally on SQL Server 2000 32-bit, it ran just under 2 hours. With the upgrade, I would assume it would run faster. The DBs were detached and attached to 2005 when the move was made. 15 GBs of RAM was allocated to the SQL Server, leaving a 1 GB for the OS. Is there some configuration I'm missing that has severly slowed down things? Please help!