I understand the whole slave computer thing for the server edition. But im just curious if having nebulaserver alone on the same cpu is a significant improvement from just having nebula 3 pro? I tried doing some searching and coulnt fid any legit answers. I read that someone said There CPU improved by 30% just by upgrading to server edition Is it true?
I don't have the Server version. All I can say is that it uses the Core 3 engine, as opposed to the Pro version using the Core 2 engine. Based on this, I'd guess that there were some CPU optimizations made in the Core 3 engine, but really, I don't know
To my knowledge, the server version does have better CPU utilization, but the best part is that it uses what they call ram sharing. Same presets share RAM. Nebula is heavier on CPU and less on RAM, but every little bit helps. But i went into the server version mainly so that when the full server/slave features are implemented, I will be ready.
Alright so i just pulled the trigger on server. I have in installed .. now i ran into the issue of all of the separate libraries i created with nebula setups are showing up as Core ii engine.. Is there anyway around this? or do i have to re create all of them again?
Just wondered if you were on a Mac ? I've been thinking about upgrading to Server from Pro for a while now, but I've been worried that I may have been lucky with my introduction to Nebula ! The installation and authorization process was pretty painless for me just a few months ago and I've fallen totally in love with this system, but it seems that quite a few people have problems with the Server version. Nice to hear that your upgrade was so successful.