SQL Server Memory usage too low
We're running CMS 7.1 SP2 using a separate SQL Server 2008R2 server running on Windows 2008 R2 with only one other tiny DB on it. The SQL Server has 16GB RAM with SQL set to Min and Max 14000 MB.
Somehow the Symantec_CMDB data file had been set to restrict growth to 47GB, when it it that limit last weekend it didn't seem to like it much. Since then we have removed the limit but the sqlservr.exe process in Task Manager won't go above about 100kb, even after a reboot. All other systems I've seen will slowly grow memory usage until the limit is reached.
So my console is now slow, random deadlocks happen all the time, clients keep getiing “RequestPolicies failed” and Quick Apply drop downs often time out with “the data could not be loaded "
Is there some other obscure SQL setting that may have been set that restricts the memory usage? AWE is not set but I understand that this isn't required for 64 bit Windows OS, the setting isn't in SQL Server 2012 at all apparently.