Re: SQL and RadiusNT

Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Fri, 18 Apr 1997 15:23:27 -0700

Sam Dibrell, Jr. wrote:
> Mitch, Dale, Troy,
> We definitely have a problem if Access97 can handle 6000 users on
> 100MHz/64mb Ram and SQL is going to take a Quad-Proc PPRO 200/2gig %).

I addresses this in a previous post. That was HIS suggestion, not mine.

> We have segmented the network using the router as a bridge. One class C
> handles the portmaster LAN, and the other class C handles the local LAN
> (mail, news, etc.) Network utilization on the Portmaster LAN is averaging
> 15%. Utilization on the Local LAN is 4-12%. In about 20 minutes, a
> 10/100mbps switched hub should be at my doorstep. (Hey - we got it for
> $4k..I couldn't pass it up!)

Not to bad. We got a couple of 25 port switched 10mbp Catalysts for
about $5000
or so. Wish we could get more of those at that price! :)

> I'm going to take the advice on the memory - we'll be up to 128mb on
> Monday and set up SQL to take advantage of it.

This is probably your best bet. You should try running Performance
on the machine and see what your swap is like.

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