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System Performance Tuning, IP Activity?

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The Question is:

1. How can I tell if the number of BG drivers is working correctly and that the
 number of BG drivers I have is correct?
2. My system is bogging down when concurrent users access the system via the
 web or if a good number of users access telnet locally.
I can send you what ever parameter settings you might need but appreciate your
3. I have my httpd.dir set with a version of 10 but my net$server.log
is indicating a version of 3 only. After it reaches this point it
stops writing to the log.

The Answer is :

  Please contact the support center if you wish to request that
  a detailed performance investigation be performed.
  1: You have to be familiar with the local network activity and
  with the local IP protocol use.
  2: Please review the performance management documentation available
  within the OpenVMS documentation set.  Please (periodically) use
  AUTOGEN with FEEDBACK, and reboot to load new parameters -- this
  should be performed until the load stabilizes, and any time that
  there has been a significant change to the system activities.  If
  you wish to perform a manual investigation of performance, you will
  want to understand and systematically follow the tuning guidelines
  established by the performance management manual.
  3: version limits are inhereted from the directory for new files,
  and from previous file versions for new versions of existing files.

answer written or last revised on ( 13-JUL-2002 )

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