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[2033] Loading Photos is very slow

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Dear Community, 

our Daminion Server runs very slow.

 

Is there anyone that could Login via TeamViewer and check on how to improve the Speed of loading full size Images? adjusting the Thumbnail size etc?

 

thank you

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Hi Rene, 

 

the loading of images in full screen depends on where the files are stored and on the size of the files, thumbnail size has nothing to do with this process, unfortunately

What version are you running? Have you noticed such an issue before? have you recently upgraded?

Kind regards

Daria

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Hello Daria, 

the issue was Always there.

 

Maybe our Server is just too weak

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On 2/3/2020 at 6:36 PM, Daria Kotilainen said:

Hi Rene, what are the parameters of your server machine? 

 

Daria

Hello Daria,

my server is pretty old:

 

-Intel Atom CPU d510 @ 1.66GHZ 1.67 GHZ

-4GB RAM

-Windows 10 Professional 64Bit

The backup server has the same hardware

Which machine would you recommend?

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13 hours ago, Daria Kotilainen said:

extend your RAM, 8gb

Agree, but more than 8GB doesn't seem to be necessary neither.  I had the impression, using an SSD for Windows, all programs and thumbnail cach (while media items and PostgreSQL reside on a traditional hard disk) brought the biggest improvement in my case. But I also have a dual core 2.2GHz processor i5-5200U, which is more powerful than Rene's D510.

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Thanks Daria, sadly that machine does not allow more RAM. 

 

Than I have to get a new server.

 

My problem is:

 

The server is residing in the cellar  and running 24/7 therefore I need it with much power BUT low energy consumption

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I'm currently researching for servers, though, I'm a bit lost.

 

 

What do you guys think about this one? HERE
 

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On 3/24/2020 at 6:58 PM, Daria Kotilainen said:

Hi Rene, we've recently updated our system requirements - please check them our for the server machine here

 

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Daria

Hello Daria,

thanks.

 

You write there: i7, i9 (Xeon) processor

 

I found this machine: They write XEON E3, would that be ok?

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Hi Rene,

how many users (same time) has to work with the server?

Regards, Uwe

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Rene:

From what is shown, it looks like that machine only has two cores.

XEON processors typically run at a lower clock speed but have more cores. They can also use error correcting memory. I would think an i5 with four cores would be a better choice.

Frank Hahn

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6 hours ago, fhahn said:

Rene:

From what is shown, it looks like that machine only has two cores.

XEON processors typically run at a lower clock speed but have more cores. They can also use error correcting memory. I would think an i5 with four cores would be a better choice.

Frank Hahn

Thanks Frank,

I  will continue my research

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