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21 6th March 03:22
luisfsmonteiro
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The server is a dual processor platform (2x Pentium III 1,13 Ghz), with
2GB RAM, isnīt it enough for a Project Server environment?
Which of this resources is most used (or if changed should give better
performance improvement):
- RAM
- HD
- Processor

The fact that Project Server and SQL Server are in the same machine is
a problem? Would be better if I split them in different servers?

Regards,

Luis Felipe
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22 6th March 03:22
gary l. chefetz [mvp]
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Luis:

All of them need improving in your case. A current machine with Dual Xeon
3.0+ Ghz, 2 - 3 gb RAM. RAID array.

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For Project Server FAQs visit
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For Project FAQs visit http://www.mvps.org/project
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The server is a dual processor platform (2x Pentium III 1,13 Ghz), with
2GB RAM, isnīt it enough for a Project Server environment?
Which of this resources is most used (or if changed should give better
performance improvement):
- RAM
- HD
- Processor

The fact that Project Server and SQL Server are in the same machine is
a problem? Would be better if I split them in different servers?

Regards,

Luis Felipe
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23 7th March 04:51
luisfsmonteiro
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Gary,

We donīt have Service Pack 1 installed on Project Server and Project
Professional workstations.

If installed would it benefit performance?

Luis Felipe
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24 7th March 17:07
gary l. chefetz [mvp]
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Yes, to some degree.

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For Project Server FAQs visit
http://www.projectserverexperts.com

For Project FAQs visit http://www.mvps.org/project
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Gary,

We donīt have Service Pack 1 installed on Project Server and Project
Professional workstations.

If installed would it benefit performance?

Luis Felipe
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25 25th March 17:42
luisfsmonteiro
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Gary,

Do you see any problem if I suggest the PMs to save the schedule
offline (File->Save offline) in order to solve the saving performance
problem while they are planning activities?

And then they need to publish they will have to save it back online.

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Luis Felipe
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26 27th March 03:33
gary l. chefetz [mvp]
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It's an excellent strategy, especially for heavily trafficked networks and
those with latency issues.

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http://www.projectserverexperts.com

For Project FAQs visit http://www.mvps.org/project
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