Best practices for Maximo performance

Here are some links to help with tuning your Maximo application.

Search Methodologies (best practices for minimizing dat
WebSphere Tuning (These parameters can cause Maximo to
Browser Caching (Helps with Wide Area Network -WAN- per
GZip for minimal band width
All SQL Server Environments (row locking applies to all
SQL Server 2000 with Maximo 6.2 and above (required add
SQL Server 2000 with Maximo 6.1 and below (correct para
SQL Server 2005 (correct parameter settings)
Clustering (for systems supporting more than 50 concurr
Oracle Bug for some versions of Oracle (versions less t
Oracle Cursor Sharing (All Oracle Releases)
Oracle Sequences (specific to using Oracle RAC technolo
Using Debug Properties (All Java Maximo versions)
Understanding Java Memory Management (3 document series

These range from database configuration to websphere. [IBM Support]

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2 thoughts on “Best practices for Maximo performance

  1. hi chon,
    1 of our client is running MX5.2 Patch 07, SQL Server 2000 SP4, Win2003 server SP1, BEA 7.
    recently invoice table is undergoing huge blocks that it does not allow to add new records. also quering is very slow. any extra indexes on PO/INVOICE table that can enhance performance.

  2. Hi,

    My name is Raza from Pakistan.

    I have one question about Maximo 6.2 performance.

    Can possible MS access program slow down performance of oracle database (Maximo 6.2) through ODBC connection?

    Please reply on my email address.

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