setup SQL max memory usage in registry

Posted on 2007-10-02
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
we have a third-party finance solution, along with a SQL server to support it.

I notice that the memory usage of SQL is getting bigger...
i remember I did the max memory for store.exe of our exchange server.
Is there a same way to setup the max memory limit for sqlservr.exe in the registry?
Question by:robinyanwang
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    Just use the EM(2000)/SSMS(2005) to do that.
    Connect to the server, right click the instance and go to the properties window.
    There, find the memory tab and set the maximum server memory.

    Hope this helps ...
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