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  1. #1
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    Mar 2003
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    Red face Unanswered: Why it takes a long time on Windows 2000 server?

    I think I need help! I tried to install Sybase 12.5 on a testing server: P4 1.6G/512M/40G. The system is: Windows 2000 Advanced Server SP3 (English version), IE 6, InocuLAN (anti-virus software from CA).

    Everything was fine except the installation took a long time (more than 8 hours). The following is from the install log:

    Two steps consume most of the time:

    A 7:23PM SQL command: create database sybsystemprocs on sysprocsdev = 120
    8:56PM Created database 'sybsystemprocs'.

    B 8:56PM Executing SQL script 'c:\sybase\ASE-12_5\scripts\instmstr'
    4:09AM Task succeeded: install system stored procedures.

    However, In Windows NT (with the same installation CD, on the same machine), it only takes 10 minutes to complete the installation.

    A 3:08PM SQL command: create database sybsystemprocs on sysprocsdev = 120
    3:09PM Created database 'sybsystemprocs'.

    B 3:09PM Executing SQL script 'D:\sybase\ASE-12_5\scripts\instmstr'
    3:13PM Task succeeded: install system stored procedures.

    Why it takes a long time on Windows 2000 server?

    Any help will be greatly appreciated!!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2003
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    Nigeria
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    Re: Why it takes a long time on Windows 2000 server?

    You may try disabling the antivirus software. I hope this helps

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