We have a single SBS2003R2 DC running basically everything (unfortunately). SQL Server is running Exchange, WSUS 3.0, Sharepoint, Backup Exec.
SBS 2003 32-bit
Dual Core Xeon 5130 CPU x 2
4 GB RAM (recognizing 3,582 MB)
3 x 500GB Raid 5 as a single drive
We have approximately 40 windows XP clients utilizing the server but not all are connected to the network at once. Our consultants use laptops and are not always in the office so server load is generally low.
For quite some time now, I have been noticing very high memory usage (allocated memory) through the SBS Monitoring performance report. I've discovered that my Internal Database (MICROSOFT##SSEE), which I assume is WSUS 3.0, has almost 1 GB of allocated memory. I somehow don't think that's right! The next highest usage is:
Exchange Store using 600MB
SBS Monitoring Database using 155MB
is there a way to reduce the memory usage of the internal database?? I've included the top 9 processes in a TEXT file. I used Process Explorer to get this info.
Thank you for your responses!