• Subject: Re: slow queries over tcp/ip
  • From: Evan Harris <spanner@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 07 Nov 2000 19:47:58 +1300

As a long shot try changing both jobs so they don't display Status 
messages., then compare again.

What is the total time of both queries - 5 to 10 seconds is not much of a 
difference especially if other work is executing.

Cheers
Evan Harris


>The simple answer is yes.  Regarding the pc's running tcp/ip over twinax, I
>have a pc sitting right next to a terminal running over the same line.  The
>exact same query on the 5250 terminal runs fine.  The query on the pc using
>tcp/ip runs 5 to 10 seconds slow.  As far as the pc's running through the
>hub, I don't know if they are in the same subsystem.  I am not familiar with
>that terminology as it relates to this case.  They are not on the same
>physical line but the are running the same type of queries, except the are
>communicating over cat 5 thru a hub connected to the ethernet card in the
>400.
>
>Hope that answers your question.

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