Date: Mon, 2 Aug 2010 09:43:23 +0200
Reply-To: Andre Wielki <wielki@INED.FR>
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From: Andre Wielki <wielki@INED.FR>
Subject: Re: Is 9.2 THAT much faster than 9.1.3
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??? What did you mean, Ken, with rocks?
What i have observed is that at start in matter of ods graphics it is very slow i suppose to bring in memory
a jave process but i am not sure about.
Then of course after, you obtain quick results.
Le 02/08/2010 02:59, Ken Barz a écrit :
> And SAS/Graph 9.2 ROCKS!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Gregg Snell" <sas@DATASAVANTCONSULTING.COM>
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> Sent: Sunday, August 01, 2010 6:39 PM
> Subject: Re: Is 9.2 THAT much faster than 9.1.3
>> Even the non-server computers now have multi-core cpu that take advantage
>> the multi-threading built-in to many SAS procedures.
>> Interestingly, though, is that WPS, at least with sorting, is actually
>> faster than SAS 9.2! It certainly is much less expensive than SAS on
>> platforms (10x less first year, 5x less subsequent years).
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>> Subject: Is 9.2 THAT much faster than 9.1.3
>> I've been meaning to ask this question for some time now thus, given that
>> no one is posting today, thought this would be an excellent time to
>> address the matter.
>> For a number of years I always had to preface my comparison posts with the
>> fact that I was running 9.1.3 on a 4-processor server.
>> However, over the last couple of years, people running 9.2 in non-server
>> environments, have been reporting much quicker processing times than I can
>> Is 9.2 THAT much faster than 9.1.3 or am I missing something? Conversely,
>> if the faster processing is due to dual processors, are dual processors
>> covered by the standard work station license?
>> I'm asking as we'll be upgrading to 9.2, soon, and I've got to decide
>> whether to stick with a server environment or get a 15-non-server-user
>> license and, possibly, upgrade our computers.
>> As always, any feedback would be appriciated!
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