I recently added an brand spanking new HP ml110 G3 3.0 GHz server with
hardware mirrored SATA drives running NW6.5 SP5 to my network. The old
server is a Home Grown Gigabytes 750 MHz with ATA IDE drives NW6.0 SP5.
Server setting and both installations are the default settings except for
Set Op locks2 = OFF and Client File caching =OFF.
To my surprise the new server is obviously slower the old "dog"
For example testing a 200,000 record database yields the following speed
comparisons:
NW6.0sp5 NW6.5sp5 %
750MHz 3.0 GHz Diff
Read Only :32 :35 91%
Write Only 1:34 2:46 82%
Read/Write 2:12 3:32 69%

I realize there a lot of components and other factors that go into the
processing, but can anyone tell me of any settings on the server that could
cause the performance. Any other ideas?

Thanks,
PeterH