SQL*Net performance tuning for TCP/IP...

SQL*Net performance tuning for TCP/IP...

Post by Serge Olig » Sat, 21 Mar 1992 04:23:23

Hi everybody !,

Hi am searching ways to improve SQL*Net performances (global throughput)
on a wide area network using TCP/IP.  Does anyone have info. on either
new versions, replacement products or specific parameters config ?? ...

Any information would be welcome.


Serge Oligny


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1. SQL*Net TCP/IP for Windows: Which TCP/IP stack would you recommend


We are thinking of installing SQL*Net for Windows to allow us to run
client/server stuff against our Oracle7 database running on a SUN
SPARCserver 1000 running Solaris 2.2.  Since our networked PCs are
netware based and are running over ODI drivers, we would obviously
prefer a TCP/IP stack that can run over ODI.  I'm rather partial to
Novell's LAN Workplace/Workgroup, but I'm open to suggestions (However
I would want to avoid anything that runs over NDIS or needs a NDIS
shim). Does Netmanage Chameleon TCP run over ODI?

I have never seen SQL*Net working so I'm very blur about this (except
that we DO need this), so: I hear V2 is out but I also hear it's also
a bit on the buggy side.  Should we go for V2 or stick to V1.1?  What
are the pros and cons?  Sorry about the stupid questions, but I have
to ask.


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