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Memory resource dropped after LCR enable on Exchange 2007

Posted on 2008-06-11
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Hi;

I am running a trial version on a P4 32-bit CPU 2GB memory server, after enable the LCR on this lab server, I found that it uses a lot of memory resources.  I am going to setup a production server with a 8GB memory Quad Core cpu server to support 90 mailbox.

Does it good enough to support LCR feature on Exchange 2007?

If I enable the LCR during deployment but if I am not satisfied, can I disable it later?
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Yes, you can disable LCR afterwards. For LCR it's recommended another GByte of RAM. Read more of memory requirements and LCR in this excellent article:
http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/11/27/431644.aspx

(Search for: Memory Recommendations for Local Continuous Replication)



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