How much RAM is needed to for ASP on local intranet?
Hi. How much RAM do I need on my computer to serve Access database-backed
ASP pages at a decent speed? It currently has 64 MB RAM and 4 GB memory
on hard drive (partitioned into 2 GB, 1.5 GB, and 500 MB). Access 2000 database-backed
ASP pages will be served on my computer with PWS to other computers on a
local intranet. The point of it is so that everyone in the lab can access
the research database (on Access 2000) via ASP from their web browsers (I
am using FrontPage to construct the web part). Unfortunately actually using
it is very slow: the pages of database results load very slowly compared
with, say, accessing anything on the internet outside via our ethernet connection.
How much RAM do I need? The database is a few thousand KB and growing but
will probably stay under 1 MB for the time being.
My boss is willing to upgrade the computer to 160 MB of RAM. Will this be
Thank you very much for any insight/advice/suggestions you can offer.
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