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clarion6 with tps files on windows7 very slow

clarion6 with tps files on windows7 very slow

clarion6 with tps files on windows7 very slow

(OP)
I developed a programma with clarion6 and I use it on two desktop pc's. I put the programm, the dlls and the tps files in a shared map on one of the pc's.  Both pc's use windows7. When I open the programm on the pc with the shared map and also on the pc with a shortcut to the shared map it is terrible slow. I often did this before with xp, win2000 and it was never slow.  Does one of you recognize this?

RE: clarion6 with tps files on windows7 very slow

(OP)
thnx for your reaction,  do I have to disable Oplock at both the serverlaptop and the workstations ?  Does this effect the speed or is it to prevent corruption?

 

RE: clarion6 with tps files on windows7 very slow

Hi!

Oplocks have to be disabled for both the server & workstation(s).
Disabling OpLocks improves response & prevent corruptions. If you are using Windows Server 2008, you need to disable SMB2 as well.

Regards
 

RE: clarion6 with tps files on windows7 very slow

In addition, try using just mapped driver letters if you are not already. I have found that using "\\" named resources slow things down.

Roman

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