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SQL Memory Leak - Coldfusion Server Administration

> VM size being used by the SQL server This might be a setting within SQL Server. I think SQL Server allows you to specify how much memory to use? I also think that once SQL Server claims that memory, it will not release it and instead keep it for use (later) for other queries? Good luck!...

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    > VM size being used by the SQL server

    This might be a setting within SQL Server. I think SQL Server allows you to
    specify how much memory to use?

    I also think that once SQL Server claims that memory, it will not release it
    and
    instead keep it for use (later) for other queries?


    Good luck!


    Guest

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    it's definitely CF using up the memory - a) FusionReactor monitors just the memory used by CF and b) restarting CF releases the memory
    tompeer1 Guest

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