Configuration :: .Net Website Performance Of 2 Sites - Rectify The DB Performance While Insertion?

Sep 20, 2010

I have developed a website in framework 2 . This website is being hosted in two different servers without any change in code. My issue is about the performance of these 2 sites. One website is taking much time for inserting datas to the DB (SQL server 2005). 2 websites are having different DB server.

I think the issue is for the DB server. How can we rectify the DB performance while insertion and Is there any other cause for this permance issue?

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