Our Server is running 2008 Server SP2. It seems to have plenty of memory (8GB) and CPU 4xXEON, but it always runs out of memory since it allocates so much to the cache. With some success I've elevated this problem by running CacheSet.exe and
DynCache, but Cacheset has to be manually evoked with a Powershell script and DynCache service does not allows do its.
So, I've heard 2008 R2 handles this memory caching issues much better. Would upgrading completely elevate these memory problems if they're caused by caching not recycling memory properly?
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