Friday, April 25, 2003 | SQL Server scales up | SQL Server scales up "Microsoft yesterday (April 24th) released SQL Server 2000 (64-bit). Now, this is definitely minority sport territory. The number of users that require more than the current 32-bit limit of a 4 GB memory space (which you can exceed anyway by means of Address Windowing) is limited."

Many people need to check their assumptions in this context -- if you can get multi-processor 64-bit servers with gigabytes of memory at amazingly low prices, how many application areas could benefit from multi-gig RAM servers? The variables and dynamics have changed (radically), but many people still seem to be using old equations.
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