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slowness of FTM 2014 on large reports

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Re: slowness of FTM 2014 on large reports

Posted: 18 Oct 2013 3:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
johndd189 wrote:
"32-bit can only address 4GB of RAM and typically in Win XP, Win 7 etc, 32-bit; about 1GB of RAM is needed to run Windows and other functions, so on your set-up you only have about 2.5GB of RAM to run FTM. I think this is far too low for a 'large file'."

That's crazy. I run instances of MSSQL and MySQL with much larger data sets (100s of tables with 100,000s of rows) and these servers don't eat up memory like that when running queries and functions. Even my video games don't need resources like that. I don't understand why FTM cannot be optimized to handle this data more efficiently.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
KATHYMARIEANN 17 Oct 2013 12:36PM GMT 
johndd189 18 Oct 2013 12:51AM GMT 
jamclo 18 Oct 2013 2:08AM GMT 
Marco Scavo 18 Oct 2013 9:57PM GMT 
jamclo 18 Oct 2013 10:00PM GMT 
johndd189 19 Oct 2013 2:42AM GMT 
KATHYMARIEANN 19 Oct 2013 7:57AM GMT 
johndd189 19 Oct 2013 8:51AM GMT 
Marco Scavo 19 Oct 2013 2:44PM GMT 
KATHYMARIEANN 19 Oct 2013 4:11PM GMT 
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