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Is iPAQ 39xx series supported by ASA 8.x?

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2002-10-29 18:06:58.0Z
Bob Posted on 2002-10-28 16:19:32.0Z
Reply-To: "Bob" <bnary@nextgen.com>
From: "Bob" <bnary@nextgen.com>
Subject: Is iPAQ 39xx series supported by ASA 8.x?
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 11:19:32 -0500
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The reason I ask is I have done some performance testing and my iPAQ 37xx
series and older casio E125 appear to out perform my new 400MHz PDA. I am
testing via a program that issues repetitive inserts via OLEDB.

3000 Inserts on iPAQ 3760 series takes 50 seconds
3000 Inserts on iPAQ 3970 series takes 109 seconds
3000 Inserts on Casio E125 takes 79 seconds


Any ideas?


Robert Waywell Posted on 2002-10-29 18:06:58.0Z
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Our support is based on the OS version and for WinCE devices, then the
processor type (ARM vs. MIPS vs. SH3) can be an issue. I believe that I have
heard rumblings elsewhere about some new devices being slower despite faster
processors. I don't believe the comments were specific to ASA, but I don't
know all the details.
I'd say your next steps are either to contact HP/Compaq for
clarification on the expected performance or to submit the test case to us
so that we can try and repro it. I'm not sure which path will be most
productive in this case.

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"Bob" <bnary@nextgen.com> wrote in message
news:aglDr$pfCHA.196@forums.sybase.com...
> The reason I ask is I have done some performance testing and my iPAQ 37xx
> series and older casio E125 appear to out perform my new 400MHz PDA. I am
> testing via a program that issues repetitive inserts via OLEDB.
>
> 3000 Inserts on iPAQ 3760 series takes 50 seconds
> 3000 Inserts on iPAQ 3970 series takes 109 seconds
> 3000 Inserts on Casio E125 takes 79 seconds
>
>
> Any ideas?
>
>