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How to reduce memory utilization of Exchange Server 2010

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  • Understanding the Mailbox Database Cache

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee832793.aspx

    You can modify the default database cache size values by making changes to the msExchESEParamCacheSizeMax and msExchESEParamCacheSizeMin attributes in Active Directory. For additional details, see How to modify the Store Database maximum cache size in Exchange 2000 Server. Use 32KB pages for the cache sizing calculations.

    Sukh

    jeudi 1 mars 2012 12:02
  • Hi
     1.Start ADSIEDIT.msc
     2.Navigate to Configuration > Services > Microsoft Exchange > <Organization Name> > Administrative Groups > <Administrative Group> > Servers > <Server Name> > InformationStore
     3.Right-click InformationStore, and edit msExchESEParamCacheSizeMax. Set it it to the number of pages to maximize the Database Cache to. Note that Exchange 2007 works with 8 KB pages and Exchange 2010 with 32 KB pages!
     4.Restart the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service for the change to become effective.
     
    So, for instance, if you want to limit the Database Cache to 4 GB of an Exchange 2010 server, set msExchESEparamCacheSizeMax to 131072 (4 GB = 4.194.304 KB / 32 KB).

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    • Modifié Terence Yu vendredi 2 mars 2012 08:34
    • Marqué comme réponse Stanley Ng lundi 5 mars 2012 07:02
    vendredi 2 mars 2012 02:29
  • Hi
      1.Start ADSIEDIT.msc
      2.Navigate to Configuration > Services > Microsoft Exchange > <Organization Name> > Administrative Groups > <Administrative Group> > Servers > <Server Name> > InformationStore
      3.Right-click InformationStore, and edit msExchESEParamCacheSizeMax. Set it it to the number of pages to maximize the Database Cache to. Note that Exchange 2007 works with 8 KB pages and Exchange 2010 with 32 KB pages!
      4.Restart the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service for the change to become effective.
     
     So, for instance, if you want to limit the Database Cache to 1 GB of an Exchange 2010 server, set msExchESEparamCacheSizeMax to 32768 (1 GB = 1048576 KB / 32 KB).
         for instance, if you want to limit the Database Cache to 1.5 GB of an Exchange 2010 server, set msExchESEparamCacheSizeMax to 49152 (1.5 GB = 1572864 KB / 32 KB).
      Your environment doesn't meet min requirement. Maybe it can't run smoothly.

    Terence Yu

    TechNet Community Support

    • Marqué comme réponse Stanley Ng lundi 5 mars 2012 07:02
    lundi 5 mars 2012 01:00

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  • Hi,

    you can try this for reduce the memory performance.

    please go the following links & try

    http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/exchange-server-2007/management-administration/12-tips-optimize-exchange-2007-infrastructure-part1.html

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd346700.aspx

    http://community.spiceworks.com/topic/133132-exchange-2010-on-server-2008-r2-64-bit-memory-usage-on-vm-esxi-4-1

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd346700.aspx

    I hope this will help you, may be this will helpful for you

    If you find this helpful please mark it as answer.


    Arun Chaudhary MCP,MCTS Win Server 2008,MCITP Exchange 2010 Visit my Blog- http://arunmsexchange.blogspot.in

    jeudi 1 mars 2012 09:10
  • Understanding the Mailbox Database Cache

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee832793.aspx

    You can modify the default database cache size values by making changes to the msExchESEParamCacheSizeMax and msExchESEParamCacheSizeMin attributes in Active Directory. For additional details, see How to modify the Store Database maximum cache size in Exchange 2000 Server. Use 32KB pages for the cache sizing calculations.

    Sukh

    jeudi 1 mars 2012 12:02
  • Hi
     1.Start ADSIEDIT.msc
     2.Navigate to Configuration > Services > Microsoft Exchange > <Organization Name> > Administrative Groups > <Administrative Group> > Servers > <Server Name> > InformationStore
     3.Right-click InformationStore, and edit msExchESEParamCacheSizeMax. Set it it to the number of pages to maximize the Database Cache to. Note that Exchange 2007 works with 8 KB pages and Exchange 2010 with 32 KB pages!
     4.Restart the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service for the change to become effective.
     
    So, for instance, if you want to limit the Database Cache to 4 GB of an Exchange 2010 server, set msExchESEparamCacheSizeMax to 131072 (4 GB = 4.194.304 KB / 32 KB).

    TechNet Subscriber Support in forum

    If you have any feedback on our support, please contact tngfb@microsoft.com  

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    • Modifié Terence Yu vendredi 2 mars 2012 08:34
    • Marqué comme réponse Stanley Ng lundi 5 mars 2012 07:02
    vendredi 2 mars 2012 02:29
  • What if my Exchange server only have 2GB of memory? - How do I make it not to optimize all the memory?

    Stan

    vendredi 2 mars 2012 09:38
  • Recommene is 4GB min for MS Support.  I wouldn't be messing around with DC Cache if you only have 2GB. 

    I'd advise you to plan your deployment.

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd346700.aspx

    Sukh

    vendredi 2 mars 2012 20:11
  • This is test server, thus the specification is lower. I'm trying to reduce the utilization of memory since test server only have 2GB of RAM.

    Stan

    dimanche 4 mars 2012 08:46
  • Hi
      1.Start ADSIEDIT.msc
      2.Navigate to Configuration > Services > Microsoft Exchange > <Organization Name> > Administrative Groups > <Administrative Group> > Servers > <Server Name> > InformationStore
      3.Right-click InformationStore, and edit msExchESEParamCacheSizeMax. Set it it to the number of pages to maximize the Database Cache to. Note that Exchange 2007 works with 8 KB pages and Exchange 2010 with 32 KB pages!
      4.Restart the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service for the change to become effective.
     
     So, for instance, if you want to limit the Database Cache to 1 GB of an Exchange 2010 server, set msExchESEparamCacheSizeMax to 32768 (1 GB = 1048576 KB / 32 KB).
         for instance, if you want to limit the Database Cache to 1.5 GB of an Exchange 2010 server, set msExchESEparamCacheSizeMax to 49152 (1.5 GB = 1572864 KB / 32 KB).
      Your environment doesn't meet min requirement. Maybe it can't run smoothly.

    Terence Yu

    TechNet Community Support

    • Marqué comme réponse Stanley Ng lundi 5 mars 2012 07:02
    lundi 5 mars 2012 01:00
  • Hi
     1.Start ADSIEDIT.msc
     2.Navigate to Configuration > Services > Microsoft Exchange > <Organization Name> > Administrative Groups > <Administrative Group> > Servers > <Server Name> > InformationStore
     3.Right-click InformationStore, and edit msExchESEParamCacheSizeMax. Set it it to the number of pages to maximize the Database Cache to. Note that Exchange 2007 works with 8 KB pages and Exchange 2010 with 32 KB pages!
     4.Restart the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service for the change to become effective.
     
    So, for instance, if you want to limit the Database Cache to 4 GB of an Exchange 2010 server, set msExchESEparamCacheSizeMax to 131072 (4 GB = 4.194.304 KB / 32 KB).

    TechNet Subscriber Support in forum

    If you have any feedback on our support, please contact tngfb@microsoft.com  

    Terence Yu

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    Isn't that what I have posted?

    Sukh

    lundi 5 mars 2012 08:23
  • На Exchange 2010 в SBS 2011 русский не могу найти в свойствах CN=InformationStore 

    параметров msExchESEparamCacheSizeMax и msExchESEparamCacheSizeMin

    хотя в другой установке sbs 2011 английской они есть 

    как их добавить ?

    vendredi 14 décembre 2012 05:59
  • re-read it  and also read at the bottom

    Article ID: 266768 - Last Review: February 21, 2007 - Revision: 4.4
    APPLIES TO
    • Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server Standard Edition

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    lundi 8 avril 2013 19:14
  • my bad .. there is for exchange 2010

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee832793.aspx

    but it does not say to limit , this article is based on What minimum memory is required Not to Limit it

    "After you have determined the database cache size requirements, the next step is to determine the minimum memory requirements per server to ensure the database cache size requirements can be met. The database cache size must be factored in to the sizing process to ensure the amount of physical memory per server is adequate to meet the needs of the mailbox count with a given user profile. "


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    lundi 8 avril 2013 19:21