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Slow ConsoleOne

Hi!
I have problem startin ConsoleOne. If i run it from the network it is very
very slow. It can be up to 5 minutes before the application shows up and
then it shall run the snap-ins. If i run it localy it cna be about 30 sec
to a minute before it shows. Then it reads in the snap-ins and that is
quick.
Is ther a java problem or can it be a replica problem?

thanks a Bunch!
/Larry
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Slow ConsoleOne

larry@jr.com wrote:

> Hi!
> I have problem startin ConsoleOne. If i run it from the network it is very
> very slow. It can be up to 5 minutes before the application shows up and
> then it shall run the snap-ins. If i run it localy it cna be about 30 sec
> to a minute before it shows. Then it reads in the snap-ins and that is
> quick.
> Is ther a java problem or can it be a replica problem?
>
> thanks a Bunch!
> /Larry


I'm going to take a risk and say that's just how it is. Lots of little
files to load. If you want to see another boost, disable your anti
virus, and then load it. It loads 10 times faster. I'll often disable
mcafee, load it and then re-enable it right after if I am in a rush.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Slow ConsoleOne

Larry,

> I have problem startin ConsoleOne. If i run it from the network it is very
> very slow. It can be up to 5 minutes before the application shows up and
> then it shall run the snap-ins. If i run it localy it cna be about 30 sec
> to a minute before it shows. Then it reads in the snap-ins and that is
> quick.
> Is ther a java problem or can it be a replica problem?


running C1 from the server is generally much slower than than running it
locally. One thing worth checking though is that you don't have a duplex
mismatch between server and switch, and switch and client - make sure
both ends of each connection are set the same, prefferably auto-negotiate.

--
Hamish Speirs
Novell Support Forums Volunteer Sysop.

http://haitch.net

(Please, no email unless requested. Unsolicited support emails will
probably be ignored)
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