Faster, Higher, Stronger – UAG Performance

Everybody’s always talking about performance, but what does it really mean? In this post I’m going to describe some of the behind-the-scenes work we’ve been doing on UAG performance. Performance improvements are a major area of focus for this release. First and foremost, in UAG we switched to 64-bit architecture, thus overcoming the address space…

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Performance Degradation in eGap 3.6 after apply Windows Server 2003 SP2

1. Scenario   This post is based on a support call where customer was reporting a performance degradation issue that was noticed after applying Windows Server 2003 SP2 on  eGap 3.6 appliances. The server started to slow down until a point where it was no longer answering external requests.   2. Gathering Data   The…

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