dbsrv10.exe" -c 10p -ti 0 -tl 0

I can find the -c for memory, I assume the 10p = 10 pages.

I can not find the -ti or the -tl

I found: http://m.sybase.com/files/White_Papers/SQL-Anywhere10-Top10-021408-wp.pdf

any guidance? (really really appreciated)

I am having a network data transfer problem and I can not see anything else that maybe causing it. I am using SAOLEDB and SAODBC with in VB6. On the machine with the database I work perfect, on the client with the same program I return no data and no error. ISQL shows the tables and data and finds the servers (two data bases) with no issues.

asked 25 May '12, 15:50

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Dumb question, I found them... time outs, just have to look harder.

(25 May '12, 16:05) George

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