>> On Fri, 8 Jun 2007, Dave Cramer wrote:
>>> Is it possible that providing 128G of ram is too much ? Will other
>>> in the server bottleneck ?
> the only way 128G of ram would be too much is if your total database
> size (including indexes) is smaller then this.
> now it may not gain you as much of an advantage going from 64G to 128G
> as it does going from 32G to 64G, but that depends on many variables as
> others have been asking.
I don't know about the IBM but I know some of the HPs require slower ram
to actually get to 128G.
Joshua D. Drake
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