Performance has not really changed. It is just getting more attention. We
have had the network crew studying, testing and tweaking this. They say
it is not a bandwidth issue or a Class of Service issue. The applications
themselves are about 10 years old and could probably use some rewrites,
but that is not going to happen due to the cost. Response time over the
LAN with the client and server at the same location is fine.

Phil




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Why are these databases performing worse now? I've got to think that
usually
it's bandwidth that causes this problem, is this a problem because of file
attachments or is there something else at play?

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On Tue, Jul 21, 2009 at 10:51 AM, <ptrumschlag@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

We have a single iSeries running Domino on a dedicated 270 supporting 3
WAN locations. Response time in our workflow databases at the remote
locations is becoming a hot issue. It hasn't really changed recently,
but
it is getting a lot of attention. We are considering a Citrix server to
improve response time. We have a "little" experience with Citrix
supporting a different application. Is this a proven solution or am I
blazing a new trail here? Has anyone published a cookbook for pulling
this off?

Phil
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