Posted by Grant Foraker on December 28, 2018 at 05:09:20: Uploaded files: 2
In Reply to: Re: Comet time outs posted by Barbara Brazil on December 27, 2018 at 15:36:27:
I'm sure, turned off all the NIC power settings on servers and PC's
Been using PINGINFO utility to track down "weak" LAN wiring and switches. Using firewall stats to find "noisy' devices with high "dropped packet" counts.
PINGINFO sometimes gives me results I don't understand.
GRANT.JPG shows a test over a few hours from the PC I use when I'm on-site to sd-it-pnoble (same office), the virtual servers (NTS2, COM2 (Comet) and IM (CAW Host), and NI (physical server located about 5 miles away over the Internet). These results look very good.
Weekend.JPG shows a long test over the XMAS weekend running on NTS2. The results for sd-it-gforaker, sd-it-pnoble, and sched-tom-e are so different in the opposite direction. The LAN cabling goes Computer Room Patch Panel, switch in the IT office, separate cables to each of the three workstations.
How can sd-it-gforaker to NTS2 be 1/2% in one direction and 5% in the other?
Considering moving back a step to 515. Don't remember what they were on before upgrade to 516 to see if Comet has become more "sensitive".
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