[THIN] How much Memory in servers

Guys

 

We run Windows 2000 with SP4 and 4 gig of memory.

 

We have an application that sporadically does "out of memory" errors

 

It is an in-house developed app and the guys that develop it say that we
should add more memory to our servers. (total 6 or 8GB)

 

They have talked about adding the /PAE and /3GB switch to our boot.ini files

 

Something about having an MS tool for the exe that allows their app to
address more than 2Gb like exchange

 

Any one have any experience with this and will it hurt Citrix performance or
any other side effects.

 

Thanks

Malcolm



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