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Posted on 2000-05-02
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I have a program that is using paradox. The database exists on a server and three machines access it. Everything was fine until the machines were all upgraded to 500 MHz with 198 mBytes NT 4.0 with sp 6.0.

Now, if one user is in the database, everything is ok. When either or both of the other machines are in the database, things slow down. The netdir is the same on all machines and the maxfilehandles is 3000.

What else could be wrong?
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Question by:CalvinDay
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kretzschmar earned 25 total points
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hi calvinday,

maybe this helps

read this
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q129/2/02.asp

and try then to disable the Opportunistic Locking.

meikl
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