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file transfer getting worsened on shared Network Drive (Windows 2000 server)

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by nilsoni, Apr 14, 2005.

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  1. nilsoni

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    Dear All,
    I have a problem where i am having 2 application server clustered and both using a common file folder (residing on one app server and access by other through mapping network drive). This common shared folder is storing some files used in application. Now my problem is that because of sharing folder this way, my application starts running slowly and performance is hampered. It application actually stop running as file is not getting opened. If i remove the clustering and just work with one app server (ofcourse file folder residing on the same server) it works fine. Can somebody tell me what can be the problem if i access the files through mapped network drive. I am using windows server 2K with 2 GB RAM.

    Appreciate the help on this.

    regards
    nilesh soni
     
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