Performance, Private Memory Limit and Virtual Memory Limit

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Performance, Private Memory Limit and Virtual Memory Limit

Private memory limit uses your system RAM, where the Virtual Memory limit will use Disk drive space. In most cases it is best to only set a private memory limit to prevent degradation to system performance if an application starts to use excessive amount of memory. Many .Net application will use large amount of virtual memory(Drive Space).

 

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