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DIGITAL SNA access server migration guide

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Optimizing Server Performance

Most Access Server Gateway performance problems result from not allocating enough memory to one or more of the following component programs:

  • Windows NT Server
  • SNA Server
  • Access Server

You can increase server throughput in several ways:

  • Configure your system to have portions of memory dedicated to these programs. This memory should never be swapped to disk.
  • Make the system more responsive to background processes (and less responsive to foreground processes).

You can use the Performance Monitor to understand the effects of changing options on server systems. See Chapter 13, "Using Diagnostic Tools," in the Microsoft SNA Server Administration Guide for more information.

To optimize throughput for the SNA Server, see Appendix C, "Options for Maximizing Communications Throughput," in the Microsoft SNA Server Planning Guide.

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