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how to free something to increase available Virtual memory sql 2000

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

Memory                   
MemoryLoad = 60%         
Total Physical = 6141 MB  
Available Physical = 2428 MB                       
Total Page File = 8006 MB 
Available Page File = 3630 MB                      
Total Virtual = 2047 MB   
Available Virtual = 6 MB 

the reason for failure backup, connection is virtual address space run out, see the available virtual is 6MB, is this something to do with, if so can it be increased by freeing something instead of restart the sql?




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This is really odd, but, I get this memory out of exception at array initialization.

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300million uint is only 1.2GB, so why am I gettin the error? And strangely sometimes I don't get the error. No GC related since this is what my app does at begining. I haven't done anything else yet. And I sometimes get the error or no error by re-complie and re-debug the app. And same thing happens if I make three different uint[100 * 1000000];

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