What is the performance of your other programs written in RPG ( other than query)?
how if at all have they changed?
Keith Schwarz <KeithS@flowlinefittings.com> wrote:
>If you have a user that is used to seeing info within 1 to 2 seconds, they
>are not going to understand when the speed is now slower. Our sales
>department could input query parameters and receive info back automatically
>and respond to customer. If using tcp/ip with current slowdown, they would
>have to wait 5 - 10 seconds to respond to customer on EACH item they were
>looking up. This would be seen by an average user as a step back.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Evan Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Sent: Tuesday, November 07, 2000 1:47 AM
>Subject: Re: slow queries over tcp/ip
>> 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.
>> Evan Harris
>> >The simple answer is yes. Regarding the pc's running tcp/ip over twinax,
>> >have a pc sitting right next to a terminal running over the same line.
>> >exact same query on the 5250 terminal runs fine. The query on the pc
>> >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
>> >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
>> >communicating over cat 5 thru a hub connected to the ethernet card in the
>> >Hope that answers your question.
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