Subject Re: [IB-Java] Re: Dying connections with interclient
Author Ola Samuelson
No, I was not aware that that could be the case.
I am running IB 6.01CS on a remote server and the IC-setup on another.
Both are SMP so:
a) Is it possible that these "SMP-problems" could affect "incoming" requests(on the remote db server) or are the smp problems
related to data handling/storing/queries ..? ie are the problems related to communications, data handling or both?
b) Does "IB problems on SMP" mean that Interclient/Interserver on a machine not running the database itself
could be affected?
c) How do I set the affinity?

Another thing related to networking .......... has anyone found that ib has problems communicating
with clients because of a faulty/badly designed/poor quality switch(as opposed to a dumb hub)?

Thanks for your input!


Helen Borrie wrote:

> Ola,
> This is a pure shot in the dark...are you aware of the problem that IB has on SMP machines? I don't know about the "dying connection" thing as this seems specific to Java clients; but have you tried setting up so that the database has its affinity set to one CPU only?
> Helen
> At 10:27 PM 15-04-01 +0200, you wrote:
> >Intel PIII SMP machine based on RH6.1 with all updates
> >
> >Same behavior even with the db locally so I guess it's not a network problem.
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