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comment RDP to Windows 7 in Hyper-V with RemoteFX?
I amend my last statement - there is a different licensing model and the RD Virtualization Host can be configured to get licenses independently of the RD Session Host: blogs.msdn.com/b/rds/archive/2010/12/15/…
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comment Graphic intensive application virtualization/TS
The RemoteFX solution is pretty VRAM heavy (220MB per monitor/VM) but the performance is great. I have it running on a server with a Quadro 880 (not on the supported list) so I suspect other cards will be certified soon.
Dec
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comment RDP to Windows 7 in Hyper-V with RemoteFX?
One caveat is you seem to need Remote Desktop Services licenses for the host in order to turn on the RemoteFX Virtualization Host.
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comment RDP to Windows 7 in Hyper-V with RemoteFX?
The issues with Hyper-V and high end video cards appear to have been fixed in SP1. I didn't see anything in the release notes but I'm not having any issues with my setup (Nvidia Quadro 880).
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comment How much will SQL Server 2005 performance increase with more RAM?
Thanks for the confirmation GilaMonster
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accepted How much will SQL Server 2005 performance increase with more RAM?
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comment How much will SQL Server 2005 performance increase with more RAM?
hi Jeff! So the SQL Server process can also grow over 4GB itself on 32-bit Windows? AWE that lets that happen, right?
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comment How much will SQL Server 2005 performance increase with more RAM?
(The SQL Server process is what won't grow higher than 2.7GB)
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comment How much will SQL Server 2005 performance increase with more RAM?
Thanks for the filtering questions. We're running 32-bit with PAE and AWE can be enabled for the SQL Server process if we add more RAM. Currently there's 4GB RAM installed, and the system seems to cap it at around 2.7GB. Yes, the database is the only app on the server. Processor use seems low enough. What are relevant counters for measuring disk I/O and network usage? Thanks again!
Sep
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comment How much will SQL Server 2005 performance increase with more RAM?
We're on a 32-bit server (Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition) with PAE enabled, and SQL Server will have AWE enabled after adding more RAM, so my impression is that it can use more than 4GB of RAM. Is this incorrect? Ref: sql-server-performance.com/articles/per/…
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