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Intralink 3.4 very slow after upgrading to Windows 7 64-bit

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Intralink 3.4 very slow after upgrading to Windows 7 64-bit

We know Windows 7 is not supported as a client for Intralink, but needed to do this anyway. Found the following solution:


http://communities.ptc.com/thread/33016



But now Check Out takes between 3 and 12 times longer.


Any Ideas?


Regards,


Hans

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RE: Intralink 3.4 very slow after upgrading to Windows 7 64-bit

We have been running w7 64bit clients for some time now with no checkin / checkout issues.(speed is same as before). sounds like networking issues


Mark



We know Windows 7 is not supported as a client for Intralink, but needed to do this anyway. Found the following solution:


http://communities.ptc.com/thread/33016



But now Check Out takes between 3 and 12 times longer.


Any Ideas?


Regards,


Hans


Intralink 3.4 very slow after upgrading to Windows 7 64-bit

on that post they give you this command:

start /B %prodir%\%mc%\jre\bin\javaw -Dswing.useSystemFontSettings=false
-Xmx256m -Xss8m -Dsun.java2d.noddraw=true -jar
%PRO_DIRECTORY%\java\lib\Intralink.jar -l %luknfeel% %intralinkparams% >>
"%logfile%"


These two values affect the speed of your connection.
-Xmx256m
-Xss8m

I did some research and experimented with our network and I was able to
maximize our connection. Too little = slow connection, too much=out of
memory errors and such, you'll have to read all about these values on line.

Anyway my values, which should probably work for you ended up being:
-Xmx768m
-Xss8m

this will probably double your speed.



On Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 4:37 AM, Mark Brockman
<mbrockma@windsormachine.com>wrote:

> We have been running w7 64bit clients for some time now with no checkin /
> checkout issues.(speed is same as before). sounds like networking issues
>
> Mark
>
> We know Windows 7 is not supported as a client for Intralink, but needed
> to do this anyway. Found the following solution:
>
>
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