Thanks for answering (see between lines)
El jue, 27-02-2003 a las 22:06, Ian Bicking escribi=F3:
> On Thu, 2003-02-27 at 14:55, Marcos S=E1nchez Provencio wrote:
> > I am stress-testing a Webware 0.7 app on Solaris (old) Oracle 7 and
> > apache-ssl 1.3. The results are very poor.
> > Are there any performance reasons to go 0.8?
> > Is there any reason for performance to be poor on Solaris?
> There aren't any big performance improvements in 0.8. I can't see why
> Solaris would make a difference -- even if thread creation is slow (not
> sure if that's the case on Solaris or not), the threads aren't created
> that often (unless perhaps you are doing a ton of concurrent requests --
> you could turn up the number of pre-allocated threads in
I'll have some threads/users/performance charts soon. Is there any magic
number ceiling in Webware, or only what common sense suggests?
> Are you pooling connections to the database (via MiscUtils.DBPool)?=20
> That's an important performance measure.
I have a modified version, since every user uses his own login. Funny
though, Oracle connection is very fast in this platform.
> What does top look like when you are stress testing it? Is Python
> (i.e., the AppServer) taking up most of the CPU?
Actually not, it is Oracle, plus it is iowaiting 21% of the time. I
don't think I am going to find an easy solution...