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Yehiel Glass (25528786) | asked Sep 15 '11, 3:28 a.m.
Hi,

We have dual-tier : RTC server (linux) , DB machine (Aix) , local PC (windows) and NetApp (the sendbox is on the NetApp).
I want to illustrate a load process to check our performance.
Should I copy files from: server -> PC ->NetApp ? or Server -> NetApp ?
How should I copy the files (it's different protocls - samba/http/etc )?

Thanks,
Yehiel

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Jirong Hu (1.5k9274256) | answered Sep 15 '11, 4:26 p.m.
Hi,

We have dual-tier : RTC server (linux) , DB machine (Aix) , local PC (windows) and NetApp (the sendbox is on the NetApp).
I want to illustrate a load process to check our performance.
Should I copy files from: server -> PC ->NetApp ? or Server -> NetApp ?
How should I copy the files (it's different protocls - samba/http/etc )?

Thanks,
Yehiel


Interesting, I always feel my RTC is slow but don't know where to start to find the problem. It's slow in:

1. Create a new baseline. We have about 30k file in one component.
2. Deliver/Accept a new baseline.

Jirong

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Anthony Kesterton (7.5k5177136) | answered Sep 15 '11, 6:33 p.m.
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Hi,

We have dual-tier : RTC server (linux) , DB machine (Aix) , local PC (windows) and NetApp (the sendbox is on the NetApp).
I want to illustrate a load process to check our performance.
Should I copy files from: server -> PC ->NetApp ? or Server -> NetApp ?
How should I copy the files (it's different protocls - samba/http/etc )?

Thanks,
Yehiel


Hi

Are you aware of the metronome in the RTC Eclipse client (Windows->preferences->Team->Jazz Source control, if my memory is correct). Turn the metronome on, and then you can use the tools in there to check performance. It will do a file transfer as a basic test, but also show you individual service calls between the client and server.

regards
anthony

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