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Enterprise Software Thread, Exchange 2013: The devourer of RAM! in Technical; Originally Posted by SYNACK They did this to lower the IOPs requirement for storage as slower storage is cheaper they ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    They did this to lower the IOPs requirement for storage as slower storage is cheaper they thought that with lower IOPs you'd get more for less even without singal instance storage. The RAM usage has got mental though, 2003 used 2-4GB and handled stacks of users fine, and quickly. 2010 eats 8GB just for a starter and runs slower.
    I wonder if it scales better though? Meaning you don't have to have so many exchange servers as an organization gets bigger? No real use for us of course, but Microsoft forget about schools.

    Do you virtulise your exchange? Tried it once, never again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsonga View Post
    Do you virtulise your exchange? Tried it once, never again.
    How come? Virtualised fine here on VMware and never had an issue, even when i was underspeccing it with ram.

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