• Subject: Re: Domino Performance
  • From: "Neil Palmer" <neilp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 15 Jul 1999 20:24:11 -0400

In a nutshell - replace the box.  A customer I know tried running on a
9404-400-2131 with 160MB and it devoured about 40-60% of the CPU cycles
(they were running about 100 users on it as it was, so performance REALLY
sucked).  The CPW of 13.8 on the 2131 just doesn't have what it takes to
run Domino.  Look at a model 170-2290 or 2291.  I don't even think it would
be worthwhile maxing out the memory  at 160MB - even if you got it used for
$100.  (You may want to boost the memory just for regular work anyway,
considering 64MB is the MINIMUM for V4).

Neil Palmer         DPS Data Processing Services Canada Ltd.
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"John P. Walsh" <john_walsh@icdc.com> on 99-07-15 18:59:34

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Subject:  Domino Performance

I just had Domino installed on the 400 and then set up four users
(mailboxes, etc.)  Performance was horrendous.  The box is a 9404 with a
2130 processor (RISC box) with 96meg of ram.  What can be done to improve
performance.  Totally unusable as is.
John P. Walsh

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