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Pervasive Workgroup Parameters

Pervasive Workgroup Parameters

Pervasive Workgroup Parameters

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Accpac is very slow when user data-entry or report query across 512K WAN.

When user run report query across the WAN, it takes between 10min to 20min for 1 listing, and the bandwidth peak is only between 90K to 128K.  NT Server PIII 933Mhz CPU is very idel, RAM is 512MB.

May I know what is the optimum parameter setting to be configured at the Pervasive in order to boost the data query and transfer, so to make FULL use of the 512K link.

RE: Pervasive Workgroup Parameters

You can max out the pervasive settings, What version are you using? You can also increase speed by loading the program components to the local machines and only pass data through the WAN. Let me know what version pervasive and I can give you the tech notes on optimizing settings.

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africanernie

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