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Exchange resource load balancing

Posted on 2012-04-10
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I am currently running a Microsoft exchange server 2007 on windows server 2007 sp2.  When I pull up my resource monitor on the the server i can see that my RAM is idling at 90-92% consumption...  Should I be worried?  I have a de-commissioned server laying around ready to be deployed if necessary.  One of the main issues on the current running server is that it has 32 bit windows server os installed disallowing a greater ram expansion over 4GB :(
(4 GB is installed)

The server is on a domain environment hosting a shared folder to about 30 computers.
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Exchange will ALWAYS consume that amount of memory. STORE.EXE will generally use as much memory as is available, as it needs change. Nothing to be concerned about.

I have exchange servers with 48Gig ram running at 95% use
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