• Subject: Re: V3R2 and TCP/IP
  • From: Richard Rosenbluth <rose400@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 03 Sep 1999 10:02:36 -0700
  • Organization: Rose Information Management Co.

Well, this really is one of those "your mileage will vary" issues.  If
the CISC system is not overloaded for the activity that is still on it,
there does not seem to be a noticeable performance difference.  

The performance differences that are noticed do not seem to relate to
TCP/IP.  That is, they are just as bad for twinax-attached users as for
TCP/IP-attached users.

Richard Rosenbluth
Rose Information Management Co.
Schenck, Don wrote:
> A caveat:
> The CISC/V3R2 TCP/IP is OK if the user does NOT also have a RISC system.
> If they do, they WILL notice the performance difference, and the CISC system
> will NOT be adequate.
> Kinda like once you drive a Cobra with a 427, everything else is slow.
> Peace,
> -- Don Schenck
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