I run SQL Server on my Pentium III 800mhz laptop which also runs IIS 5
and a variety of other services (including the PHP cgi) and have not
seen any type of performance problems.
First, are you using the mssql.dll to connect or ODBC?
Second, are you running PHP as a cgi or ISAPI plug-in?
Third, is performance from an ODBC client and/or remote Query Analyzer
client slow performing the same queries?
Fourth, did you check your SQL Server box and look at the activity on
it? Is SQL Server or some other service hogging resources?
> We're only running one database on the system. The sample databases that
> come with the software are still on there, but they're not being used at
> all - this system is still in the testing stage. We're running an
> 1.2 GHz processor with 512 MB RAM.
> "Gadam" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> MS SQL has generally very slow performance and is consuming a lot of
> system resources. Are you running any other databases on the SQL server,
> apart from the one you are querying? Could it be that your system has
> very small processing power? In any case, these possibilities wouldn't
> justify suck a long delay, unless you SQL server is "overcrowded" with
> other huge databases that you use...
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