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exchange 2010 running high physical memory

exchange 2010 running high physical memory

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Hello we have exchange 2010 setup on Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper V, and have 20 GB of memory assigned to the VM, but the physical memory always about mid day gets up to the 97-99 % range, I understand the store running high utilizing as much memory as available, but what else could be causing the physical memory to running this high?

RE: exchange 2010 running high physical memory

Store.exe will pretty much always swallow up as much memory as it can but should release back as other things need it.
Other items to look for are the transport service and IIS for ActiveSync / EWS etc.

Are you seeing any specific error messages where it is complaining it is running out of RAM?

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