I didn't get to this earlier so I hope this isn't an issue that has already been discussed. One thing I've found common in cases where a response time for a user ends up greatly out of character with average response time is record locking problems. Sometimes it happens that multiple users in interactive environments all want to update the same record. I did notice a lot of people giving general performance tuning advice so I won't try to improve on all that. I just didn't have enough time to read the whole thread (gotta go) but I wanted to make sure you checked into this possibility for that user. Otherwise, spending all the money you can get budgeted won't fix the problem. email@example.com wrote: >Here is my question (finally). Other than pulling out the Performance Tuning >manuals, is there a quicker/easier/better way to approach this? Remember, my >goal is to develop meaningful performance measures and be able to identify >solutions to performance problems. > >Thanks. >Phil > -- Chris Rehm firstname.lastname@example.org And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart... ...Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these. Mark 12:30-31
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