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We did move from 2003 to 2008 64 bit, and we are very, very pleased. The difference is that our is a dedicated database server. Databases should never "share" resources with other processes, unless it is a "small" environment, a "small" company. Any application that accesses a database should always run locally ratter than...
Wich means we cannot use our application wireless in buildings that have several access points connecting the linux server.... Will this be fixed in a future build?
PARC is only available on Linux clients to Windows Servers. Please see the following link: Note: The Pervasive Linux client supports this auto-reconnect feature, but currently the Linux server does not. Therefore, you can only use the AutoReconnect (PARC) feature from a Linux client connecting to Windows servers. http://docs.pervasive.com/products/database...
Hi, With autoreconnect enabled on the psql 11 linux server and client our customer still notices this error log message: 16-5-2013 14:21:15 W3NSL 4144 Diamant.exe LT-15 E 3131: Reconnect not attempted, AutoReconnect not enabled on either client or server. Please tell me that this article about psql 2000i is outdated for psql 11 10 years later.........
Another bit of background. Terminal server has 16GB of memory and we are testing this with only 4-5 users logged on. Never more than that. We are aiming to put more than 10 users on terminal server eventually.