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9.4 .. since a) 2 GB chunk limits are gone ... b) 2GB disk offsets can be used to create chunks .. c) its performance is compatible with 7.31 code line d) its the latest software ..:-) Thanx much, Rajib Sarkar Advisory Software Engineer (RAS) IBM Data Management Group Ph : (602)-217-2100 Fax: (602)-217-2100 T/L : 667-2100 As long as you derive inner help and comfort from anything, keep it -- Mahatma Gandhi "Azeemuddin, Basheer" To: [email]informix-listiiug.org[/email] <bazeemuddinKNRQ cc: .com> Subject: If You have an option to move from 7.3 to 9.3 or 9.4. Which one you Sent by: prefer ...

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    Default Re: If You have an option to move from 7.3 to 9.3 or 9.4. Which one you






    9.4 .. since
    a) 2 GB chunk limits are gone ...
    b) 2GB disk offsets can be used to create chunks ..
    c) its performance is compatible with 7.31 code line
    d) its the latest software ..:-)



    Thanx much,

    Rajib Sarkar
    Advisory Software Engineer (RAS)
    IBM Data Management Group
    Ph : (602)-217-2100
    Fax: (602)-217-2100
    T/L : 667-2100

    As long as you derive inner help and comfort from anything, keep it --
    Mahatma Gandhi



    "Azeemuddin,
    Basheer" To: [email]informix-listiiug.org[/email]
    <bazeemuddinKNRQ cc:
    .com> Subject: If You have an option to move from 7.3 to 9.3 or 9.4. Which one you
    Sent by: prefer 9.3 or 9.4
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    09/09/2003 08:51
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    Thanks
    Basheer


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    "Rajib Sarkar" <rsarkarus.ibm.com> wrote in message
    news:bjlabp$sdv$1terabinaries.xmission.com...
    > 9.4 .. since
    > a) 2 GB chunk limits are gone ...
    > b) 2GB disk offsets can be used to create chunks ..
    > c) its performance is compatible with 7.31 code line
    > d) its the latest software ..:-)
    To play Devil's Advocate ... I met one of the IBM execs tasked with
    promoting Informix recently (yes, really, there are some!) who couldn't name
    a single site that has gone live with it. Our clients are generally quite
    risk-adverse, and from a risk management perspective, I'd let other people
    find and problems with it first ....

    Also, I really can't see the compelling sway of the >2GByte chunks argument.
    It's great that this has been addressed, but really, it's quite a minor
    admin overhead that's been removed (except on Solaris, I grant you).

    Rajib's saved his best argument to the penultimate: most (but not all - care
    to comment, Hal?) people have found performance improvements over other v9
    engines.


    Neil Truby Guest

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    Neil Truby wrote:
    > "Rajib Sarkar" <rsarkarus.ibm.com> wrote in message
    > news:bjlabp$sdv$1terabinaries.xmission.com...
    >
    >> 9.4 .. since
    >> a) 2 GB chunk limits are gone ...
    >> b) 2GB disk offsets can be used to create chunks ..
    >> c) its performance is compatible with 7.31 code line
    >> d) its the latest software ..:-)
    e) New B-Tree cleaning mechanism
    f) Better handling of extensibility in tion
    g) Mix HDR and ER seamlessly
    ....
    > To play Devil's Advocate ... I met one of the IBM execs tasked with
    > promoting Informix recently (yes, really, there are some!) who couldn't
    > name a single site that has gone live with it. Our clients are generally
    > quite risk-adverse, and from a risk management perspective, I'd let other
    > people find and problems with it first ....
    >
    > Also, I really can't see the compelling sway of the >2GByte chunks
    > argument. It's great that this has been addressed, but really, it's quite
    > a minor admin overhead that's been removed (except on Solaris, I grant
    > you).
    >
    > Rajib's saved his best argument to the penultimate: most (but not all -
    > care to comment, Hal?) people have found performance improvements over
    > other v9 engines.
    Obnoxio The Clown Guest

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