> I have a SQL Server 6.5 server running on a dual Pentium Pro machine with
> 300 MB RAM. Only NT, SQL Server and RadiusNT are running on it.
> I mistakenly set its Memory ( in SQL Enterprise Manager / Configure ) to its
> maximum value 100 MB and I set the TempDB in RAM to 60 MB.
> Then I stopped the SQL Server and now it won't restart.
> The event log has a Kernel Category error saying
> Mesg 17155 : initblkmem : not enough memory for MEMMAP structures
> I can't reconfigure SQL Server because it won't start. How do I fix this ?
This will do the trick...
sqlservr /c /f
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