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giladba Absent Member.
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StarTeam performance

We have 2 servers each with its own starteam configuration.

the servers are 32bit 4GB servers with starteam 2009 , and each one has its own server for the database.

We were advised by MicroFocus representant to upgrade to a newer version and upgrade to a better server.

Recently we set up a new 64 bit server with 32GB RAM with 2 StarTeam 2009R2 configurations - one on a SSD storage and one on a hard disk.

The 2 databases were located in the SSD storage.

After testing the performance of the new configurations we found that it is much slower than the ones on the 32bit servers.

We tested the disks I/O performance ,cpu usage,networking, database memory allocations, and we did not find any problems.

Please advise. 

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murli1 Absent Member.
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RE: StarTeam performance

Please upload your config file, server logs to the support incident? In addition to that, please enable command tracing for support to get the trace logs. Trace data pin points the performance issues accurately.

Thanks

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mboomer Absent Member.
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RE: StarTeam performance

We have a support incident open for this issue.

We will update the forum once we identify the cause of the performance difference.

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