Performance and scalability: Porting from Weblogic 5.11 to Bluestone UBS 7.2
- Posted by: Isen Isen
- Posted on: January 24 2001 16:09 EST
We are currently on standalone weblogic( 5.11 ) platform running JSP
and EJB. We are moving to production environment shortly with Apache as
Webs Server ( SUN- Netra , Solaris) and Bluestone as AppServer ( SUN -
E220 , Solaris). We are planning to run our JSPs also on blustone itself.
This leaves us with very little load on the Web Server ( Netra). We are
currently looking at how best we can fine tune performance under this
environemnt. Looking forward to any suggestions.
The configuration we have are :
Web Servers - 2nos ;
Netra T1 Model 105, AC, 440-MHz, 512-MB, 1Pack; 1-2MB Ecache, 512-MB
memory, 18-gb/10000-rpm SCSI disk
App Servers - 2nos ;
E220R Server, one 450MHz UltraSPARC-II processor, 4 MB E-cache, 512MB
memory,18GB 10, 0000RPM,1"inch high internal Ultra SCSI, internal
DVD,Solaris Lic,one pwr supp,10/100 Ethernet (stand confg)
Thanks in adavance
How do you know the performance ratio of 5 is caused by JSF not partly by Seam?
Anyway, I won't bother with your JSF 1.2 benchmark since JSF 2.0 has been out for a long time. Have you heard about Partial State Saving?