You sir get an A+ star for that opinion. You can go pick 2 things from
the goodie box. 

Milton R Dogg
Of The Dogg Foundation..


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Sean
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2002 9:38 AM
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Subject: RE: High Physical Memory Utilization


<more is better>
I'm afraid your logic is flawed
The biggest problem with Microsoft products is they have made it easy
for a multiple of "click and go" people to install the product and hence
in the real world Microsoft's name is taken down by people who don't
know how to design. Hence a revised emphasize on design in Microsoft
2000 testing. And yes testing is a good and bad thing but nothing
mirrors real world experience. If we are rational; MS has bought an
understanding of corporate systems to the masses which has it pros and
cons Just to set the record straight I came from a mainframe and unix
background Anyone who designs a system for 10 years from a server
prospective is in the insanity bracket. Rational: Moores Law My $0.02

Sean McGilligan


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Posted At: January 11 2002 1:02 PM
Posted To: exchange
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Subject: RE: High Physical Memory Utilization


More is better.


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From: McGilligan, Sean [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2002 12:01 PM
To: Exchange Discussions
Subject: RE: High Physical Memory Utilization


Just to ask a question?.
Frazer never implied any hardware except RAM.
Why include the dual Pentium scenario?
Windows 2000 can take advantage of SMP but Exchange 2000?.
I'm interested in what Exchange can do with SMP?.

Sean McGilligan

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Posted At: January 10 2002 4:48 PM
Posted To: exchange
Conversation: High Physical Memory Utilization
Subject: RE: High Physical Memory Utilization


400 Mailboxes and 1 gig of Ram does not sound right.  Your primary
problem is hardware.

This is my minimum recommendation for your hardware requirements.

Dual Pentium III 550 +
Separate Raid Controller running in Raid 5 config.  (2 partitions
logical) 2 Gig physical memory. 3 Gig Page File on second partition Run
optimizer and move the databases and log files to 2nd partition.


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From: Frazer J Clark [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Thursday, January 10, 2002 11:09 AM
To: Exchange Discussions
Subject: High Physical Memory Utilization


One of my colleagues recently reinstalled a 5.5 SP4 Exchange Server on
NT4 SP5 (only Exchange was reinstalled) and have noticed that the
Physical Memory Utilization sits at around 99% (prior to the rebuild it
was around 60%).  The server has about 400 mailboxes on it and has 1Gb
of physical memory and 1Gb page file.  It is the same spec as 4 other
servers in the site which all sit at around 60% utilization.  As it is a
24x7 service we offer on our server, down time is very limited.  Is
there any way I can check the performance optimizer settings without
stopping the store? Or are there any other pointers that anyone can
think of I can check?



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