@Moo, We have fixed a bug loading data into a table that involves a Java Memory issue. Can you see if you are hitting this error in the error logs?
Hi, I updated my setting to this;
We have noticed an issue with Teradata Studio on Mac OSx when installed remotely by the administrator. The user did not have Administrator premission and thus an administrator had to log in remotely to install Studio on his Mac machine. The user noticed the slow response and posted the following:
"I ended up uninstalling and reinstalling. I believe something got messed up during the install. I am not sure what happened, but at the time, I did not have Admin rights on my laptop/Mac. My install was done remotely over VPN and Webex, and I am not sure if some configuration files or Workspace files may have been set for a shared drive or something.
It is early yet, but Studio is responding much better now and the issue seems to have gone away. I do need to use it longer to be sure, but that will come. I increased the parameters in the .ini file as well. It may be a good idea to document that process of unlocking the directory and files on the Mac Finder and updating the file. This is definitely not intuitive on the Mac."
Not sure if this is your situation?
Another option we to check the Java Control Panel system preference and the Temporary Internet Files setting for Java. Change the setting from 32GB to 5 GB and use "Delete files..." for the Trace and Log Files and Cached Application and Applets.
I'm noticing typing lags on my TD Studio for Mac.
Are there any settings changes that I can make to help improve this?
Could you please provide more deatils.
Have you followed the some instructions mentioned in the post like changing the ini file etc.
Yes I have. in fact, I have changed it to 4gb.
What I've learned recently is that if I close my TD and restart it, it works fine, but only for a limited time. Is there a way to permanently fix this? I don't want to have to go to another SQL client for this very reason.