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Sybase Power Builder application running on Oracle via VSAT.

By J. C. Mnzava ·
Currently we have two application running using VSAT (Front page is Sybase Power Builder and Back end is Oracle). Both System fail to operates smoothly between 12pm - 15pm. On PING with 0bytes the network response is OK but on apply load of 500bytes or above there is time-out.
Would you please assist me to discover what wrong because I am stack?

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Re : Sybase Power Builder application running on Oracle via VSAT

by navin In reply to Sybase Power Builder appl ...

Dear sir , are you on a shared vsat platform i.e a TDMA network or are you on a dedicated SCPC platform ?? usually oracle applications are delay sensitive and usually it is not recommended over the satellite since there is a delay of 550 ms involved. If you are using TDMA network , then during the mentioned time , the whole network should be crowded with our users as well , so the delay increases , but i suggest you switch to a SCPC dedicated service terminal and try the application , it should work.

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Sybase Power Builder application running on Oracle via VSAT.

by xavi792002 In reply to Sybase Power Builder appl ...

if we can know the type of connection between the client and server maybe we can use tcp accelerator to decrees the delay for tcp protocol ?

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Sybase Power Builder application running on Oracle via VSAT

by ngoleje In reply to Sybase Power Builder appl ...

If u have so many users we could use ORACLE SHARED SERVER and make use of other ports or connection pooling. am presently in dar u could contact me at ngoleje@yahoo.com for more info or call 0652860085. am an OCP and can try to reason with you a solution

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Sybase Power Builder application running on Oracle via VSAT

by ngoleje In reply to Sybase Power Builder appl ...

since u have so many users at that period of time. the connection has to time out put if we gave say the first 100 users port one and then the next 100 another port, the traffic on the ports will drastically reduce thus no work load. also u have to check on the PL/SQL codes may be there were not build to carry heavy loads so we have to change the codes to carry heavy codes which is no problem

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