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Quad Citrix server with 4 Gb RAM

SSAJAROFF

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Kevin :

I suppose that you'll use Windows 2000 Server...
NT Server address up to 2 Gb RAM (3 Gb for NT Enterprise Server)

Yours, Sebastian Sajaroff

-----Mensaje original-----
De: Kevin McAlexand [mailto:Kevin.McAlexander@alltel.com]
Enviado el: Monday, March 12, 2001 12:38 PM
Para: jdelistml@jdelist.com
Asunto: Quad Citrix server with 4 Gb RAM


Does anyone know of any issues related to installing Citrix/OW on a
Quad processor machine with 4 Gb RAM?

Thanks,
Kevin




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MSiebenschuh

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Technically NT WTS can't use but 2 gig of ram 4 procs is always nice though
and once you get to Win 2K you can use all that memory.

Mark Siebenschuh
(HP9000/Oracle 8.0.5/Base SP3)
 

hotm6654

Well Known Member
Mark,

One qualification here. NT 2K might be able to use all that memory, BUT
terminal services (which is generally the reason you have OW on TSE) can
only use 4GB. So you can have all that memory but don't expect to support
more users that 4GB worth.


Its in the MS fine print.



----- Original Message -----
From: "MSiebenschuh" <MSiebenschuh@pssd.com>
To: <jdelistml@jdelist.com>
Sent: Monday, March 12, 2001 10:28 AM
Subject: RE: Quad Citrix server with 4 Gb RAM


> Technically NT WTS can't use but 2 gig of ram 4 procs is always nice
though
> and once you get to Win 2K you can use all that memory.
>
> Mark Siebenschuh
> (HP9000/Oracle 8.0.5/Base SP3)
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JD Nowell
OW: B7332
ES: AS400 V4R4 CO: DB2/400 SP: 11.2
Users: 250 TSE Users: 100
 

brother_of_karamazov

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Actually, *each* TSE process is limited to 2G of RAM.
Combined, the processes can address all 4G.


--- MSiebenschuh <MSiebenschuh@pssd.com> wrote:
> Technically NT WTS can't use but 2 gig of ram 4
> procs is always nice though
> and once you get to Win 2K you can use all that
> memory.
>
> Mark Siebenschuh
> (HP9000/Oracle 8.0.5/Base SP3)
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