Memory Defaults in SQL Server 2019

Randolph West looks at a new settings tab in the SQL Server 2019 installation:

In 2016 I created the Max Server Memory Matrix as a guide for configuring the maximum amount of memory that should be assigned to SQL Server, using an algorithm developed by Jonathan Kehayias.

SQL Server 2019 is still in preview as I write this, but I wanted to point out a new feature that Microsoft has added to SQL Server Setup, on the Windows version.

On the Database Engine Configuration screen are two new tabs, called MaxDOP and Memory. These are both new configuration options for SQL Server 2019. Last week we looked at MaxDOP, and this post will specifically look at the Memory tab.

It’s a small change but a nice one.

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