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sql2008 - How to limit memory usage in Reporting Services

Posted on 2014-11-19
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I read from teh mcsft website saying  as setting below in rsreportserver.config file will set the limit of memory usage in SSRS.

<MemorySafetyMargin>80</MemorySafetyMargin>
      <MemoryThreshold>90</MemoryThreshold>
      <WorkingSetMaximum>4000000</WorkingSetMaximum>
      <WorkingSetMinimum>2400000</WorkingSetMinimum>

But inside the rsreportserver.config where should I place this code setting ? I'm attach as well rsreportserver.config for  review.
rsreportserver.txt
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In the <Service> section. There's already the following configuration items:
<MemorySafetyMargin>80</MemorySafetyMargin>
<MemoryThreshold>90</MemoryThreshold>

I suggest you to add the rest after those 2 lines so you keep the memory configuration together:
     <WorkingSetMaximum>4000000</WorkingSetMaximum>
       <WorkingSetMinimum>2400000</WorkingSetMinimum>
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