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Thread dbsrvr setup for multiple customers
Fri, Feb 6 2015 8:47 PMPermanent Link

kamran

Hi

Using dbisam version 4 c/s (unlimited):

I have a computer server running windows 7 64 bit (8mb, server with 4 cores).

I would like to use it to run multiple dbisam c/s applications with remote ip access by client.

1. Any suggestions for the best directory layouts for data and customers and dbsrvr etc?

e.g. c:\cust1\data
      c:\cust2\data

2. Any suggestions for how best to set up dbsrvr to handle these multiple datasets?

e.g. should i have 1 dbsrvr running for each customer dataset?
or should it be on a separate port for each customer and running only once?

3. So should there more than one dbsrvr ini file for each customer in each data directory?

4. Is the hardware sufficient to say handle up to 50 users accessing data from
different dataset directories at once?

(Records per dataset: max 100,000, tables per dataset max 30)

5. Anybody running something like this for lots of customers on same server ?
would love to hear your experiences and advice.

Thanks in advance

Kamran
Thu, Feb 12 2015 10:14 PMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

Team Elevate Team Elevate

On 2/6/2015 8:47 PM, kamran wrote:
> Using dbisam version 4 c/s (unlimited):
> I have a computer server running windows 7 64 bit (8mb, server with 4 cores).
> I would like to use it to run multiple dbisam c/s applications with remote ip access by client.
>
> 1. Any suggestions for the best directory layouts for data and customers and dbsrvr etc?

I'd suggest you check out the thread in discussion NG as it might help
you get started with number of these questions :

http://www.elevatesoft.com/forums?action=view&category=dbisam&id=dbisam_discussion&msg=12331&page=1

Then we can do follow-up questions

Raul
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