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Oracle Database performance on Windows 2003 with IIS 6

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Hi everyone.

I am having a big performance issue with my ASP application with
Oracle database.

The application itself is a very database-generic one, so I can switch
from Access to SQLServer to Oracle with ease.

The web-application runs great with Access and SQLServer. But when it
comes to Oracle, the performance really lags.

The Oracle server is 8.1.7 located in other server, and the web-server
is the Oracle client. In windows 2000, I never had any performance
issue with Oracle (actually Oracle was the fastest of all three
database)

Now that I move the application to Windows 2003 with IIS 6 on, the
performance really lags.

I have tried using both ODBC and OLE DB Drivers (from Microsoft and
Oracle), and none of them seem to make any improvements.
Any ideas of what's going on?
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Hi everyone.

I am having a big performance issue with my ASP application with
Oracle database.

The application itself is a very database-generic one, so I can switch
from Access to SQLServer to Oracle with ease.

The web-application runs great with Access and SQLServer. But when it
comes to Oracle, the performance really lags.

The Oracle server is 8.1.7 located in other server, and the web-server
is the Oracle client. In windows 2000, I never had any performance
issue with Oracle (actually Oracle was the fastest of all three
database)

Now that I move the application to Windows 2003 with IIS 6 on, the
performance really lags.

I have tried using both ODBC and OLE DB Drivers (from Microsoft and
Oracle), and none of them seem to make any improvements.
Any ideas of what's going on?


You are paying the price of being database neutral?
On the average, it all evens out.
Jul 19 '05 #2

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It's a very generic question and there are no straight answer. Just a
few guidelines -

1. Make sure you gather statistics on tables and indexes to be used by
CBO

2. Identify the problem areas. Drill down to the screens, functions
that are having performance issues.

3. There is no generic solution to performance problems. Identify the
problem areas to the micro level and then tackle them.

Pratap
Jul 19 '05 #3

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