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User claims that report refresh is taking longer time than usual time and asking us to disable async IO at OS level.
1 DB is running in this server
This is prod server
OS -- AIX
My question is would there be an impact to database and server if we disable async IO in OS?
is this... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: Maddy123
i need to asynchronous connect to webpage which has only text file. need to read its content, line by line using linux socket. any samples? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: leo2008
3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Lets say my default shell is bash and then i load up csh and then ksh. How would i exit csh without exiting ksh?
so basically i gone from bash > csh > ksh and i wish to close csh (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Bill Thompson
This may be a stupid question but I am trying to see if my Solaris 9 server has async i/o enabled...
Is there a quick way to determine this?
Thanks in advance. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jamie_collins
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This is related to exporting a file system through nfs. Just wanted to understand the significance of sync/async in nfs.
We give this entry in /etc/export file. What is the difference between these two.
Any hep is appreciated.
Amol. (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Amol21
I am Solaris 9 developer and notice that the documentation does not provide a clear notion of the inherent concurrency in routines defined as "Async-Signal-Safe".
Routines defined as "MT-Safe" obviously have the best level of concurrency, compared to normal "Safe" interfaces.
I have... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: tristan12
Hi all....I have a Sun Ultra2 that I want to use with my PC monitor. I have purchased an adapter that does not work and I was told I need to change my video card setting (if I can) to Separate Sync.....my Monitor product number ends in 1343......I am running SunOS 5.7 ......anyone have any ideas?
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Discussion started by: psantinello
I am presently refactoring a windows deamon with an eye towards porting it to linux someday.
Presently the application uses a single background thread and asynchronous socket I/O to implement FTP and HTTP clients in a single switch statement (2000 lines and 100 cases just for the switch... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: siegfried
Yes, really can't find anything about this. Can anyone suggest a way, how to do it? This is really what I need for. I need for may be list of system calls to read about or probably some C\C++ sources... Please, help... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: LocalStorm
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I know regular filesystems use Async I/O on Solaris 2.8. Does anybody know if NFS uses Sync I/O or Async I/O ? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: marist89