Seriously bumping that machine to 100% capacity for memory will be
somewhere in the couple hundred dollar range. IBM i can run on that but
really needs more like four. A new small 720 (4 way, only license one
core) transferring your software over is going to pay for itself in
maintenance, and aggravation many times over. You really need to
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On 11/1/2013 7:36 AM, Jeff Crosby wrote:
We have a System i 520 with 2gb memory. I would use the web navigatormore
often, but it is horrifically slow. When I click "Log in" it isliterally
45-60 seconds until it comes up. Is that because we only have 2gbmemory?
On Fri, Nov 1, 2013 at 8:24 AM, Raul A. Jager W.<raul@xxxxxxxxxx>
The web interface is a great improvement. I think IBM should put all
theteam to improve it, leaving the old navegator alone. I'm sure userd
will go to the web without need to be forced, like happened between
supportgreen screen and the graphical but prone to problems and hard to
William A. Hansen wrote:
>Rob,announced that the functionality of Navigator for i is now frozen.
>Just as when Navigator for i "replaced" the green screen, IBM has
supported inare already things popping up in the web console that are not
in theany other way. A customer of mine recently pointed out a new option
fixing aAdvanced Job Scheduler that only exists in the web console version.
>anywhere. Although it has not happened yet, I fantasize about
>I also prefer the ability to access the system using a browser from
posts fromsystem problem from an Internet cafe in Paris. To save further
fixing athose who know me well, I'll admit that the fantasy here is me
--system problem, not visiting Paris.
>William A. Hansen
>Manta Technologies Inc.
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