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My server client application is running in same machine with 128 MB Ram and P3 processor. DB server also running in the same machine. It was running fine. When compiled some sources with little modifications which is not relative to the performance, it became slow.
Reduce memory consumption or give more memory to the VM, of course. For the former, you probably want to run your application through a profiler.
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I will try with the Profiler
[ August 21, 2005: Message edited by: RameSan Rahul ] [ August 21, 2005: Message edited by: RameSan Rahul ]
You should always first see where the app is running slow. However, if every piece of your app is running slow (as opposed to a window or 2) it is more likely a system level problem like lack of memory, slow network IO or a slow database. If only parts of your program are slow then it is more likely a code issue.