Hi, I'm building a W2k8 x64 server with 16GB of RAM. Now I know the 1.5 - 3x "rule of thumb" for page file size, and Windows has set it to 16 GB by default with a 24 GB recommended size, but a 16 - 24 GB page file just seems wrong to me. Do I really want that much data being paged out to a dog slow spindle? This server will be running MS SQL 2008 as well.
I wouldnt even set the minimum that high. The more the page file is available the more windows will tend to use it swapping pages out of physical memory onto the much slower page file,
so having an excessively
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