Re: NV Web function performance

2001-07-03 16:04:24
Subject: Re: NV Web function performance
From: CHANCELLOR.D.ELLIS AT customs.treas DOT gov
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Tue, 03 Jul 2001 15:04:24 -0500

       I noticed with our web client if we have a number of devices
       hidden or in the new object container that it will take a long
       time to open that map.

       We deleted all devices that were hidden (just from that submap)
       and any in the new object container and that made a huge impact
       on performance.
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       My NV Web function seems very slow and unstable,
       I'm using NV6.0.2, Web browser is IE5.0+jre 1.3
       It's very slow to open the map, and when I double click some
       sometimes it got no response
       then I have to restart IE to reopen the web client.
       I also tried the Java application that NV provided under the
       htdocs/download directory, seems with the same problem.

       And the background picture can not seen in web client, is there
       any way to add it?

       Anybody can give me some advise that if I can tune something to
       improve the performance?

       Best Regards
       Li Fang ÿ ÿ ÿ ÿ ÿ lifang AT cn.ibm DOT com

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