Tune appservers


The follow steps describe various tuning tasks that may improve appserver performance in your queuing network:

  1. Tune the object request broker

    ORBs manage the interaction between clients and servers, using the IIOP. It supports client requests and responses received from servers in a network-distributed environment. You can tune the ORB with the following parameters...

  2. Tune the XML parser definitions.

    Description Facilitates server startup by adding XML parser definitions to the jaxp.properties and xerxes.properties files in...


    . The XMLParserConfiguration value might change as new versions of Xerces are provided.

    How to view or set Insert the following lines in both files

    Default value None
    Recommended value None

  3. Tune the dynamic cache service.

  4. Tune the Web container.

    To route servlet requests from the Web server to the Web containers, the product establishes a transport queue between the Web server plug-in and each Web container. The Web container is initially created with default property values suitable for simple Webapplications. However, these values might not be appropriate for more complex Webapplications. Using the following parameters, you can tune the Web container to fit the specific needs of your appserver.

  5. Tune the EJB container.

    An EJB container is automatically created when you create an appserver. After the EJB container is deployed, you can use the following parameters to make adjustments that improve performance.

  6. Tune the session management.

    The installed default settings for session management are optimal for performance. See Tuning session management and Tuning parameter settings for more information about tuning session management.

  7. Tune the data sources.


See Also

Configuring appservers