Increase your buffers, say double. I am running 16384 for both send and receive. What are your ethernet line configurations? Check the MTU. I am running 1496 bytes on both ethernet cards. Are you running ethernet, token ring? What is the MTU's on all the routers between the client and the server? What is the MTU on the firewall? Again what is the run priority of the Netserver job(s),qzlsfile and qzlsserver. Both have a runpty of 20 with a time slice of 3000 on my 720, single processor. File transfers are fast but not as fast as pc file servers. Though we do have some 300 interactive users pounding the system. Good Luck, Chris Bipes -----Original Message----- From: Reeve Fritchman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Monday, December 17, 2001 7:17 PM To: Midrange-L@Midrange. Com Subject: IFS response time-additional information This is a multi-part message in MIME format. -- [ Picked text/plain from multipart/alternative ] Additional information: (1) I'm running through a WAN, not a LAN. (2) My Internet circuit into the iBox is a partial T1 (128K). (3) QSYSWRK was in *BASE (Chris B., thanks for your sharing your expertise so often); I've moved it into one of my shared pools previously set up for QCMN, etc. (4) TCP/IP send/receive buffer sizes are 8192. (5) I'm accessing HTML files in a directory off the root level of the IFS (not QDLS) using NetServer/file shares/mapped network drives. (6) Response sucks regardless, Notepad or HTML editor. (7) VPN doesn't seem to affect response. (8) Our workload on the WAN and iBox is low.
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