In general, you could change job priorities and pools. But is anything else
happening? Giving preference one place will hurt something else.
SQL is best helped by using appropriate indexes (logical files, or SQL indexes)
You need to know whether your work is I/O bound, or CPU bound. If the
former, adding memory will not help very much
At 08:02 PM 2/24/2003 -0500, you wrote:
I'm adding some extra memory to my 400. Any tips on how I might apply it
to TCP or my HTTP server to optimize them? Can I boost my HTTP cache, or
even SQL as I use that in my Net.Data pages?