I’m looking for ways to increase the speed of file operations across multiple workstations on a SAN. One way I do this is by having a shared GPK/independent peak file folder for all workstations, which allows each user to open files without waiting for a new peak file to render.
However, running global file analysis on an hour-long 24/96 file is still quite slow on the SAN. By accident, I found that if I create a new peak file when opening the file and then run Global Analysis, it reads the file very quickly. Is there a temp folder somewhere that the Global File Analysis is reading off of? What other temp folders can I assign uniformly across workstations to speed up this process the way I have done with GPK files? Any other insights on how Global Analysis works?