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System.OutOfMemoryException Occurs on SQL Server 2008

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

Hello,

      My darabase server which is sql server 2008 Std. x64 edition throws a memory exception of System.OutOfMemoryException on following operations.

1) when I execute an index script which rebuild my volume tables indexes.

2) When I execute a Stotrd proc.

 

       Once this exception occurs It contimuesly appears on  other operations also. When I restart the whole server (OS) it get back to normal. But once this message appears all the activity is effected with this message.

My memory is 8gb and I am consumis 7 GB

I am using xeion quad core dual processor with Windows Server 20088 std x64

any suggestions?

 

Nilkanth Desai

 

      




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