[resolved] Talend with Windows Server 2012

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[resolved] Talend with Windows Server 2012

Dear all,
Has anyone used TOS DI on Windows Server 2012?
I first used it on Windows 7 and it worked well. However, when I installed it on Windows Server 2012, the job executions really slowed down (even if there are more RAM and a better CPU).
I changed the VM arguments and it improved things for some jobs. However there are still few jobs that are slow. They do not even use half of the CPU.
Thanks for your feedback.
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Re: [resolved] Talend with Windows Server 2012

Hi,
So far, Window server 2012 is not list on supported compatible platform. https://help.talend.com/search/all?query=Compatible+Platforms&content-lang=en.

Here is a KB article https://help.talend.com/search/all?query=Allocating+more+memory+to+Talend+Studio&content-lang=en, hope it will be helpful.


Best regards
Sabrina
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Re: [resolved] Talend with Windows Server 2012

Hi,
Unfortunately, it didn't help me. I guess my problems are coming from the fact I use a VM.
Regards,
Moderator

Re: [resolved] Talend with Windows Server 2012

Hi,
Feel free to let us know if there is any further help we can give.
Best regards
Sabrina
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