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store is using 548mb of memory and we only have 5 users connected

Posted on 2008-06-24
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A large amount of memory is committed to applications and processes.

when i checked task manager it shows that store is using 548 mb of ram. is this right?

it seems high to me.
yesturday I install blackberry professional 4.1 on the server which intern had its own sql module installed...could this be it as I have not configured it yet.
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by:MidnightOne
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store.exe will consume as much memory as it can get. That's sadly the nature of Exchange.

BES is not supported when installed on a server already running MS Exchange.
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Yes what you are seeing is notmal, Exchange will grab available memory and use it to maintain indexes etc in memory as much as it can, it is normally quite well behaved though and will release memory to other processes if they need it
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by:tucup
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Does that mean then it should be ok?

Regarding the BES software( Blackberry), I had intended to use it to manage email notification to our staff Blackberries but now I have found it easier to just send a copy of mail to the blackberry direct from exchange thereby rendering BES redundent.

Thanks for the support, I was worried that a major problem was upon me.
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