Sorry if I am boring someone with this.
Given an average load (100 users) it is the apache-ssl process that's
eating the 4 CPUs. Our next task is lightening the served pages, in hope
that this will lighten the burden of encrypting the traffic. On the
other side, I expect the webware process to be the next bottleneck :-)
El vie, 28-02-2003 a las 10:48, Marcos S=E1nchez Provencio escribi=F3:
> I'd laugh if I could. This is an application that was begun for a
> mainframe maaany years ago and has been translated with the minimum
> change (effort I would say) through different platforms since then. I
> would dump the whole thing If I could.
> So, my next suggestion will be leaving that dinosaur alone and have a
> Linux box by its side to deal with the app server and the apache-ssl
> business. Or better, two. They will cost as much as the memory upgrade
> that the Sun is going to need.
> Thank you again
> Marcos, trying to get some free software into the Spanish Public
> El vie, 28-02-2003 a las 00:02, Edmund Lian escribi=F3:
> > On 02/27/2003 04:36:02 PM Marcos S=E1nchez Provencio wrote:
> > >I'll have to profile the whole app, but I think that the poor machine =
> > >plainly overworked. I'll ask the local Oracle guru on Monday. Is it me
> > >or Oracle _needs_ a guru by its side? Sybase and MSSQL weren't so pick=
> > It definitely isn't you. Oracle is a pain in the ass to install/manage.
> > It's a resource hog, and wants lots of memory, lots of semaphores, etc.=
> > etc. And it isn't self-tuning. Sybase and its cousing MS SQL are defini=
> > on a different plane when it comes to these things. Have you looked at
> > PostgreSQL? It's very Oracle-like in its architecture, but is a snap to
> > install/manage. You have to get the memory buffer sizing, etc. correct =
> > like Oracle.
> > ...Edmund.