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evillafana Absent Member.
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ZCC slow on one sever

Hello,

The ZCC web interface is slow on the second server I built for the zenwork. Both servers are located accross the country but have a ds3 connecting them. The web interface on the first server(where the database) resides is fast from any location. The ZCC on the second server is slow from any location. Is this normal?
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: ZCC slow on one sever

Best Practice is to have the following

Primary Servers with 2 Network connections, One for servicing clients,
the second for connection to the database and backups. The Primary
servers should be in on the same segment as the database. Definitely
needs to be on the same LAN.

Your site where the database isn't should have no primary servers, only
satellite servers.

Cheers,

Tom Napier



evillafana wrote:
> Hello,
>
> The ZCC web interface is slow on the second server I built for the
> zenwork. Both servers are located accross the country but have a ds3
> connecting them. The web interface on the first server(where the
> database) resides is fast from any location. The ZCC on the second
> server is slow from any location. Is this normal?
>
>

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