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SZ 4.1 Fullvision and PRNM "slowness"

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SZ 4.1 Fullvision and PRNM "slowness"

Postby I don't say 10-4 » Wed Jan 22, 2020 4:51 pm

My company failed to renew tech support for our antique SZ 4.1 system so here I am. Both our Fullvision and PRNM functioning have recently become very slow to respond when doing things like RTIB enable/disabling and seeing status changes on objects in Fullvision. This occurs on a local client in the master/prime site and through a remote client on the network. I am seeking input on possible fixes. I have yet to do a database optimization but I will as soon as I can. In the event that doesn't help, thanks in advance for any input.

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Re: SZ 4.1 Fullvision and PRNM "slowness"

Postby Karl NVW » Tue Jan 28, 2020 2:16 pm

Run the DBO per the FullVision manuals. That one step should noticeably improve your query response times.
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