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cfastner Absent Member.
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Slow client access

We are running Groupwise 8.02 on Netware 6.5 sp8. The Groupwise client access recently has been very slow (people have complained particularly about Calendar Access). This is our busy time of year where network use spikes normally but this year Groupwise has been an extreme issue. Another thing that could be a contributing factor is that we have recently install a SUSE Linux server with Novell Data Synchronizer. Currently there are only 6 or 7 people setup on this server.

The Post Office logs have a particular error that is repeated constantly to the effect of:

11:49:06 17B Notifying client at: 10.xx.xx.xx Connection socket 662 Bag ID 29096

I have never seen this message in the past and have no idea WHAT it is indicating. I am assuming that this may provide some idea what might be going on.

Any help would be appreciated!
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buckesfeld Absent Member.
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Re: Slow client access

* cfastner,

that's just the POA telling you it contacts the client. This is not an error.
If you don't see any errors on the POA, I recommend a LAN trace.

Uwe


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Slow client access

It is normal - Caching mode client "bag" update.

It sounds more as if the volume that you PO is on has gone over 80%
full and you are therefore suffereing from a disk IO shortage.

T

On Fri, 10 Feb 2012 19:36:01 GMT, cfastner
<cfastner@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

>
>We are running Groupwise 8.02 on Netware 6.5 sp8. The Groupwise client
>access recently has been very slow (people have complained particularly
>about Calendar Access). This is our busy time of year where network use
>spikes normally but this year Groupwise has been an extreme issue.
>Another thing that could be a contributing factor is that we have
>recently install a SUSE Linux server with Novell Data Synchronizer.
>Currently there are only 6 or 7 people setup on this server.
>
>The Post Office logs have a particular error that is repeated
>constantly to the effect of:
>
>11:49:06 17B Notifying client at: 10.xx.xx.xx Connection socket 662 Bag
>ID 29096
>
>I have never seen this message in the past and have no idea WHAT it is
>indicating. I am assuming that this may provide some idea what might be
>going on.
>
>Any help would be appreciated!

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