> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: [email]owner-informix-listiiug.org[/email]
> > [mailto:owner-informix-listiiug.org]On Behalf Of Sean Kelsey
> > Sent: Tuesday, 7 October 2003 2:22 a.m.
> > To: [email]informix-listiiug.org[/email]
> > Subject: Connection issues to IDS 9.3/9.4 on W2K
> > Afternoon all
> > IDS 9.30 & 9.40
> > Windows 2000 Advanced Server
> > Dell PowerEdge 2640 with 2 x Xeon 2.8Ghz processors multithreaded to 4
> > virtual processors (i.e. should be REALLY fast)
> > Has anyone else experienced any latency issues (anywhere between 2-4
> > seconds) when performing dbaccess connections or simply performing
> > onstat commands??
> > I have the same engine versions on a Windows 2000 Professional PC and
> > do NOT experience ANY latency issues (i.e. almost instant response to
> > ANY onstat command and straight in using dbaccess)
> > I've attempted to put the machine name and IP address in the
> > %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers\etc\hosts directory but this doesn't
> > appear to resolve the issue.
> > I do remember something about Microsoft having a patch for NT on
> > gethostbyname() procedure as this used to cause the same issue that
> > I'm experiencing, but can't find anything useful on Microsoft's site
> > re: W2K.
> > Has anybody else experienced the same things? and if so, how did you
> > get around (or resolve) them?
> > As always, your help is very much appreciated.
> > S.
> > P.S. We also have an issue in not being able to get more than 25%
> > utilisation of oninit.exe on all 4 multithreaded processors, no matter
> > what we throw at it, but thats another issue... :o)