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Why do we think Machine specs would matter? If 10.X has worked perfectly fine for 2 years, and all of a sudden 11.X has these issues, I don't think the issue would be with the machine. So I'm just curious as to why the machine specs would all of a sudden matter.
I agree with you to an extent. It shouldn't matter when you go from 10.X to 11.X if 10.x was working.
There is a bug in 11.x which I have only been able to reproduce on my laptop due to its low grade hardware specs. That's the only reason I asked. Just wanted to see if the specs were similar, infering that the cause could have been similar.
Lol, no. I have what they call a Tier 2 spec computer (which is apparently better than a tier 3 so should count myself lucky!!!) - Tried to apply for a Tier 1 Spec at some point last year as was having a few issues, apparently it costs $25 dollars extra per month. Had my managers, managers, manager sign off on it, but due to tech protocol they had to mention the performance of this for a couple weeks, which was done by an offshore team and our local tech guys couldn't even get them to send over the logs. Thats as far as it got. But have to say thats its better than the pieces of cr*p I have uses at other organisations.
I am still doing some proof of concept stuff atm, but if there this evolves into a business requirement then could be worth asking the question again.
I have managed to work with it ok for now. If I allow it time to catch up when I make changes, allocate 4 to 5 GB Ram to run it the first time and then drop it back down to 2, it is usually ok. Just takes a little longer than I hoped to get stuff done. When the workflow runs usually only takes a couple seconds. fingers crossed It is I have enough power to scale out a little bit more.