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sybase database turns to be very slow after Solaris system is rebooted

Frank Sikuluzu
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One month ago had a problem --- sybase database turns to be very slow after Solaris system is rebooted (index were regenerated). What could be the problems ?
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Frank,
As a machine is on, more and more things get cached. After a reboot, the cache is completely empty so everything you do is a disk access. This has the effect of making things signicantly slower until enough is cached again.


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