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We've gone from Studio 2014 straight to SP1 with the latest CU on our ~30 Workstations 10 days ago, and among some minor issues with old templates, we've hit an extremely annoying problem:
Creation of a project now takes about three times the amount of time that it used to.
First, the time spent pre-tranlsating and analysing has gone up, even if only by about 30%, but second, and most important, the time to create the project-TMs has about tripled. Where as two weeks ago I could create a project with one document of about 10 pages and three target-languages within 1.5 to 2 minutes, this now takes about 6 minutes. Creating packages has also gone up to more like shipping times than reactions.
Our precise version is 11.1.4085.0, we're running on 64bit Win 7, machines with 4 to 8 GB of RAM. TMs are serverbased. We don't see a lot of load during those runs, but there seems to be a fair amount of tiny transactions over the network (locally connected, LAN, 100MB), resulting in a more or less constant transfer-rate of a few hundred kbps.
Has anybody noticed anything similar and, even better, has a fix for it?
Thanks a lot in advance
Kind regards Markus
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