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Running a Large Number of Agents is Causing Memory Problems

Running a large number of replication agents can result in a lack of sufficient memory to complete operations.

In some cases, you might need to run a large number of replication agents simultaneously on a single computer. For example, if you are generating snapshots for a large number of publications or you are synchronizing a large number of push subscriptions at the Distributor. In these situations, the non-interactive desktop heap (a memory structure in Microsoft Windows) can run out of memory.

We recommend increasing the size of the non-interactive desktop heap on the computer on which the agents are running. For more information, see this Microsoft Web site.

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