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Memory work-a-round Question

Postby beck donald » 21 Aug 2010

If one runs 64bit windows and has the the computer memory...

Can you run multiple instances of MC and have each viewed as its own app and each able to pull 2 gig per MC running?


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Re: Memory work-a-round Question

Postby TJ » 21 Aug 2010

beck donald wrote:If one runs 64bit windows and has the the computer memory...

Can you run multiple instances of MC and have each viewed as its own app and each able to pull 2 gig per MC running?


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not quite its own app, because they run through the same tsserver (ie fed from the same database),
but yes, you can pull multiple 2GB services.

I know of one person who runs 150 wsp this way.

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Re: Memory work-a-round Question

Postby beck donald » 22 Aug 2010

TJ,

So the question or the issue could be.... how much will the tsserver increase. I will play with it a bit next week. But if you know someone with that many workspaces - it would seem it has merit.

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Re: Memory work-a-round Question

Postby TJ » 22 Aug 2010

beck donald wrote:TJ,

So the question or the issue could be.... how much will the tsserver increase. I will play with it a bit next week. But if you know someone with that many workspaces - it would seem it has merit.

Thanks for the feedback
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you can use the Windows Task Manager to see the memory usage.


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