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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
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Old 15th November 2002, 13:46
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UPDATED (5): Performance Tracing and Tuning Guide

Hereby I like to present you the new Performance Tracing and Tuning Solution – Solution 22881401.
The direct link is http://www.inforxtreme.com/espublic/...ionID=22881401

The Performance Tracing and Guide has been integrated in a larger solution. It contains the following documents:

General Sizing documentation
  • Infor Sizing Whitepaper
  • HP Solution brief
  • Oracle SPARC Sizing brief

Infor LN Performance documentation
  • Infor LN Performance Tracing and Tuning Guide
  • Infor LN Performance Tracing and Tuning Guide for DB2
  • Infor LN Performance Tracing and Tuning Guide for Oracle
  • Infor LN Performance Tracing and Tuning Guide for SQL Server
  • Infor LN Performance Tracing and Tuning highlights (presentation)
  • Performance Guidelines for Infor LN
  • Deploying Infor ERP LN in a Virtualized Environment – Whitepaper
  • Sizing Guidelines - Microsoft Reporting solution for Infor LN
  • Infor ERP LN in an IBM LPM environment

Infor Workspace / Web UI Performance, Sizing and Deployment documentation
  • Infor Workspace 10.x with Infor Web UI 10.x - Sizing and Deployment Guide
  • Infor Web UI 10.x - Infor Web UI - High Availability Deployment
  • Infor Web UI 10.x - Sizing and Deployment for a Thin Client Solution

Infor ION, Sizing and Deplyment Documentation
  • Infor ION 10.1 - Sizing and Deployment Guide
Suggestions and comments can be sent to performance@infor.com.

Happy reading,
Dick

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Old 9th April 2003, 11:29
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Thread and document updated!
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Old 1st July 2003, 14:21
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is there any other document for BaanIV ?

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Old 9th July 2003, 11:33
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Most of the information is also applicable for Baan IV. Let me know if you need clarification on certain topics.

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Old 4th June 2004, 14:57
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Update has been done

To let you know I updated the document.

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Old 24th August 2004, 17:16
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Hi,

I'm very interested in this document, but I can't open it...
Would it be possible to mail it to me?

Thanks a lot!
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A copy should be on the way.

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Old 7th September 2004, 18:11
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Unhappy Why does SSA Baan always ignore Informix?

I don't see any reference or mention about Informix Database in the attached document. Does this indicate that SSA doesn't bother about Informix Database anymore. I am experiencing severe performance problems with Informix database as it uses only level 1 driver. Can someone help me by guiding me with appropriate database tuning document for Informix.

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Old 8th September 2004, 08:49
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SSA cares about Informix

It is not that SSA doesn;t care about Informix. It is just not my core knowledge. It is still on my wish list to add a chapter in that area, but I am too busy yet and can't find someone who has the time and knowledge to do the (pre)work for me.

I assume that the board and support can help you further when you explain the problems.

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Informix Database

I hope and believe that SSA must have some expertise in Informix. Why is that i am not able to find a single document on Informix tuning in their Support knowledgebase. If SSA really cared, i think by this time i should have seen some document.

Is it possible to obtain some kind of technical details like differences between Level 1 & Level 2 Informix drivers for SSA Baan 5.0c.

I really appreciate any details that could help me.

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Missing informix documentation

Thats correct !!! Nothing comes in the last month to tune a informix environment. Nothing about actual ONCONFIG or db_resource entries etc.
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Thats correct !!! Nothing comes in the last month to tune a informix environment. Nothing about actual ONCONFIG or db_resource entries etc.
Actual OBCONFIG and db_resource can hardly be given as it will change for every customer. But I know there is some work in progress on an Informix document. There is some very good expertise about Informix within SSA, but it is less commen at this moment due to all kind of changes made in the past.

So my advice: keep asking at support!

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any tunning guide for informix 7.3
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any tunning guide for informix 7.3
Informix 7.3 is almost 10 years old. Please search on the flee markets for documentation or take a look at www.ibm.com/software/data/informix/pubs/library/ids_73.html.

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To let you know I updated the documentation with a new version (released today).

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