Name: Rodolfo Wetzel
Product: Gran Paradiso
Summary: General performance
It works fine, specially with zooming sites like chess.com that are
difficult with IE (chess pieces are not properly shown). What I really
miss, are some add on like cooliris' blue botton to search faster. So I
still use the Firefox 2.1 with working compatibilities.
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9b5) Gecko/2008032620 Firefox/3.0b5
From URL: http://hendrix.mozilla.org/
I have a SQLANywhere db running on a Netware v 3.12 server. The
database performed well as a stand-alone db but when moved to the
network performance is lousy. Where do I look for answers/solutions to
How lousy? What part is lousy? You can't expect multiple row retrieves to
perform the same in both a network and standalone environment.
...What generals generally do
Reading a McChrystal thread elsewhere, I came across someone quoting a
> I spent 33 years and four months in active military service and
> during that period I spent most of my time as a high class thug for
> Big Business, for Wall Street and the bankers. In short, I was a
> racketeer, a gangster for capitalism. I helped make Mexico and
> especially Tampico safe for American oil interests in 1914. I helped
> make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for the National City Bank boys to
> collect revenues in. I ...CA operations
On both a new and existing install of iManager 2.6, attempting some
operations on CA object, result in "Internal error" "page has peformed
an illegal operation"
For example, in iManager, Directory Administration, Modify Object,
clicking on Certificates tab will give the error.
This is in prep to move the CA to a Linux box.
FWIW following TID 3618399.
I have full admin rights. PKIdiag on CA server (NW6.5) shows 0 errors.
Searching KB give no clues.
You ...General Operation
Name: Joe Smetona
Product: Gran Paradiso Alpha 1
Summary: General Operation
Works well with Windows XP SP2 (fully patched) on P4
HT 3.5 Ghz, 1GB, Dell Optiplex GX620. No Problems Found.
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9a1) Gecko/20061204 GranParadiso/3.0a1
in short, how can i take 2 values from params passed to the script in a
form, and get a third variable from subtracting the first 2?
Internet/Network Services Administrator
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Look at CGI.pm for grabbing form data...
use CGI qw/:standard/;
my $diff = param('val1') - param('val2');
From: Matthew Harrison [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2002 9:20 AM
Subject: ar...Performance about SQLAnywhere
Currently I have a SQLAnywhere database of size over 250Mb. We have a
program written in PB to retrieve data from it, but that program slowed down
gradually after we increased the volume of data from 100Mb to its current
size. Is this a limitation of SQLAnywhere, or just my machine? Is there any
fine tuning possible?
The configuration of my machine is Pentium III, 128Mb RAM, 10G HD.
If you have allocated sufficient cache to the database (should be at least 25mb, and 64mb would be
good) then the remaining suspect would be a table scan somewhere. Have all database-related
functio...Can I perform a minus operation between two result sets, like oracle's MINUS operator?
Two result sets: A and B.
I want a new set : A-B
AFAIK there are two ways to do this in ASE:
(1) Load A into a temporary table and delete from it via a join with B.
(2) Select A.STUFF into DIFFERENCE
where not exists (select B.key1
where B.key1 = A.key1
and B.key2 = A.key2
The second technique may be slow owing to the "not exists".
"From East" ...General performance tips
we have a 8-CPU Solarix box with 32G of memory. The server is running Sybase
12.5 and some misc services and batch jobs (shell scripts and perl
scripts) - it is essentially a dedicated database host. In a setup like
this, does it make sense to have online engines = 7 and Sybase total memory
= 23 GB? (these are the current settings)
I understand that it is impossible to give a recommendation based on this
information, but generally, would you try max out the memory and the number
of online engines? Is it possible to give too much memory or too many
parallell CPUs to Sybase...SQLAnywhere performance over a WAN
Hello SQLAnywhere Pro's !!!
I have a client that uses our application (PB60 App) against a 20MB
SQLAnywhere (5.5.04) database (they are a new client - normally the database
would be about 100 - 200 MB) running on Windows NT. Performance has been
great. They just linked up to another office of theirs via a Fractional T1
line (384K pipe). There will be 8 additional users that will access the
database remotely. There are 10 people accessing the database locally. The
NT Server is a Pentium 400 with 256MB Ram.
The WAN has been completed and they are starting to test our app (w...SQLAnywhere performance problem
We have a complicated general performance problem in SQL Anywhere:
The problem only occurs when retrieveing data to a datawindow in
(both 5.04 and 6.0) from a SQL Anywhere (5.5) database. Not with other
databases and not when retrieveing the same data in another way (Embedded
SQL with cursor).
Large packets of what seems to be garbage data is sent from the client to
the server in between small packets of real data from the server to the
client. In fact more data is sent from the client than what is received (by
a factor of four).
We�re only reading data, no updates, ...Performance problem in general
Our main file server is on nw 6.5 (sp3-cpr). It's a dl360 g4 (dual 3.6 - HT
disabled) with 4G ram and aroung 2 TB of data on a HP EVA5000.
We're experiencing performance problem with most of our interactions with
the server. Some days are better than others but it still slow. We mostly
get our feedback from MSOffice users but we found out that even copying
files or listening to mpg's are slow.
I included a config.txt.
---------- Start of Config.txt ----------------
Novell File Server Configuration Report For Server: Server1
Nov...sqlanywhere performance improvement
1. Does anyone know how I can rebuild indexes in a sqlanywhere database.
2. can anyone tell me how to see how the optimizer searches for the best
path, if he uses his indexes properly, ...
3. Is there a possibility to view all sql-statements that are executed on
the database, with there execution time?
Thanks in advance !
Xavier Keters wrote:
> 1. Does anyone know how I can rebuild indexes in a sqlanywhere database.
IF EXISTS(SELECT name FROM sysindexes WHERE name='MyIndexName')
DROP INDEX MyTableName.MyIndexName
We are using a windows-software for dialysis units based on an SQLAnywhere
5.505 Server running under Novell 5.0 ( SP5).
After the last software-update we have performance-problems using a few
querys ( server-utilisation more than 90%, poor performance of the
query-lasting 2-3 times longer etc. ).
Now the software-house told us, that the performance of the Novell-version
oft ASA 5.505 would be much lower ( using the same hardware ) than the
windows-version and we should switch our server to W2K ( or switch to ASA
7.02 and use SMP under W2K additionally! ).
We do not know what to...