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This forum has been exhibiting inconsistent and often quite slow response times lately... machine response, not human response (although some questions have been a challenge recently :)

asked 11 Sep '13, 16:55

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Fully agree - particularly on the comment in brackets:)

(12 Sep '13, 03:40) Volker Barth

Unfortunately, the "search" has always been very slow.

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answered 16 Sep '13, 11:10

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...and that's why we have Google, or more specifically Google the SQL Anywhere forum.

Also see Searching for SQL.

(16 Sep '13, 15:31) Breck Carter

Yes it has. I've noticed this since we recovered from the outage last week. I've been busy with other stuff but I did briefly try to investigate and saw no problems - the database server seems fine and responsive. Could be a problem with Apache, or a problem with the VM, or a problem with the SAP network, or something else. I will continue to look at it.

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answered 11 Sep '13, 17:02

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It seems faster today!

(12 Sep '13, 11:00) Derli Marcochi
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I found a couple of database connections that seemed to have been orphaned. They were processing something, and had been for more than a day, but I couldn't tell where they came from; it seemed like the client that started them had gone away but Apache hadn't killed the associated database connections. I dropped those connections and things have been much better since. I'm 99% sure that these connections weren't there the first time I looked but perhaps I missed them.

(12 Sep '13, 14:57) Graeme Perrow
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