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Each SQL Server 2005 edition has different limits for the number of processors and amount of memory it supports. After you have completed sizing your environment as explained in 6, Capacity Planning, and have a reasonably accurate estimate of the number of processors and the amount of memory you will need in the database server, you should determine which SQL Server 2005 edition best fits your needs using the following tables. Table 2-4 lists the maximum amount of memory supported by each of the SQL Server 2005 editions for both the 32-bit (IA-32) and the 64-bit (IA-64 and x64) platforms.
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Maximum Memory Supported (IA-32) OS maximum OS maximum Maximum Memory Supported (IA-64 and x64) OS maximum 32 terabytes
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Maximum Memory Supported (IA-32) OS maximum 3 GB 1 GB Maximum Memory Supported (IA-64 and x64) 32 terabytes Not applicable Not applicable
SQL Server 2005 Edition Standard Edition Workgroup Edition Express Edition
The cells that state OS maximum indicate that the maximum amount of memory supported by the particular SQL Server 2005 edition is based on what the underlying operating system supports. For example, SQL Server 2005 Standard Edition (IA-32) running on Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition (IA-32) will support 32 GB of memory, while the same edition of SQL Server 2005 running on Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition (IA-32) supports only 4 GB of memory because Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition (IA-32) supports only 4 GB of memory. The Workgroup and Express Editions are not natively supported on the 64-bit platform, and therefore, the values are listed as Not applicable. Table 2-5 lists the maximum number of processors supported by each of the SQL Server 2005 editions for both the 32-bit (IA-32) and the 64-bit (IA-64 and x64) platforms.
Table 2-5
Maximum Number of Processors Supported
Number of Processors Supported (IA-32) OS maximum OS maximum 4 2 1 Number of Processors Supported (IA-64 and x64) OS maximum OS maximum 4 Not applicable Not applicable
SQL Server 2005 Edition Enterprise Edition Developer Edition Standard Edition Workgroup Edition Express Edition
For SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition, the OS maximum implies that the number of processors supported by SQL Server 2005 is based on what the underlying operating system supports. For example, SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition (32-bit) running on Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition (IA-32) supports a maximum of four processors, while the same SQL Server edition running on Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition (IA-32) supports a maximum of eight processors.
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Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Editions, Capacity Limits, and Licensing
Factoring in Head-Room
I strongly recommend that you factor in some room for growth for both the number of processors and the amount of memory when selecting your SQL Server 2005 edition. For example, if your sizing reveals that SQL Server 2005 requires 3 GB of memory and two processors to run your application, you should select the SQL Server 2005 Standard Edition, budget permitting, instead of the Workgroup Edition. This choice will ensure that the deployment will not be at its limits from the start and will provide you some flexibility to add more memory or additional processors if your sizing estimates were not perfectly accurate or your application workload grows, both of which are very probable.
Comparing SQL Server 2005 Editions
In addition to considering the amount of memory supported, the number of processors supported, and so on, also consider the features that are supported by the SQL Server 2005 edition to make sure they meet your needs. The features supported vary based on the SQL Server 2005 edition and, in some cases, the platform (IA-32, IA-64, or x64), but they are independent of the underlying operating system on which SQL Server 2005 runs. The following sections present the key differences for the Database Engine, Analysis Services, Reporting Services, Notification Services, Integration Services, and Replication features supported by the various editions of SQL Server 2005.
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