October 2009 Entries

Performance issue with SharePoint Services 3.0 and SQL Reporting Services 2008 in integration mode

I'm having an issue here at a client site. The report we designed runs fairly quickly in DEV, it takes 8 seconds for the report to render. We now have the report deployed to the production SharePoint site and it's taking 1 minutes 8 seconds to load. Both reports point to the same database, so there is no difference on the data side. It's past 5 PM here so there is nobody on the SharePoint site, either. There is a slight difference in the hardware: the prod has 0.5 GB less available memory than DEV, ......

Posted On Thursday, October 29, 2009 2:34 AM | Comments (0)

Windows 7 retail version for TechNet or MSDN subscriber

[Update 2009-12-15] I see a Professional VL version in my TechNet subscription. I think it's out now. :) [Original Message] I've been looking everywhere on some information, but couldn't figure out whether the version that is currently on TechNet and MSDN is the Release Candidate version or the Retail version. The most credible source (http://windowsteamblog.com... states that the version for both of TechNet and MSND users is the RTM version, ......

Posted On Monday, October 26, 2009 11:29 AM | Comments (1)

Proof of concept project - Home infrastructure

Some of you have been seeing some pictures of me putting heat sinks into 2 old computers to reduce noise provide adequate cooling for the system to run 24/7 I want to blog this for several reasons: To keep track of what I've been doing To perhaps get some suggestions of any better way of doing it. The 3 computers I'm working with have the following specs: P-4 1.6 GHz, 1.5 GB PC-133 SDRAM, 120 GB IDE P-4 2.6 GHz, 2 GB PC-2700 DDR, 320 GB IDE, 800 GB RAID-0 SATA P-4 2.8 GHz, 2 GB PC-3200 DDR, 400 GB ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 13, 2009 2:26 PM | Comments (0)

Just can't wait for USB 3.0 to be available

Kind of make me regret setting up a ExpressCard/eSATA virtual environment, but this is really cool!



Posted On Tuesday, October 13, 2009 9:38 AM | Comments (0)

Snow Leopard bug deletes user data

Wow, this is unbelievable.  For all people using Mac with Snow Leopard.  Watch out!


Posted On Tuesday, October 13, 2009 9:35 AM | Comments (0)

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