Saving documents with large attachments takes forever

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When saving documents with large attachments (or pasting) in to a notes database on our server (6.5.4 FP1 on Solaris 9) using a 6.5.3 client from within a Windows 2003 Terminal Server session takes a very long time, at times it just appears to hang (no network activity is reported in task manager). When additional traffic to the server is generated from other clients (view refresh, document read) task manager shows an increase in bandwidth usage in the terminal seerver session. The network activity indicator in the client will start blinking (until activity from other clients ceases, then network activity drops again). Has anyone else seen this? and if so any ideas to solve this? http://woonjas.linuxnerd.org/web/download.nsf/files/savebigattachment.jpg shows the network activity on the TS client (the peaks in network traffic occurred while I kept f9 pressed in a different database on a different client). Thanks

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the above link is broken, try this link instead: http://woonjas.linuxnerd.org/web/download.nsf/files/CD8D81218BBA03B5C125708F0051C303/$file/savebigattachment.jpg

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