JBoss AS 5 Performance Tuning
These configurations are present as different folders under the server folder see image. These configurations have different capabilities.
When you go to production, you will have to pick one of these and then customize it for production settings. The easiest would be to pick "default" configuration and then remove any services not required by your application. Another way would be to pick "minimal" configuration and then add required services for your application.
Removing unwanted services is easier and hence I will use the "default" configuration below. If you are using any server configuration other than "default" you will have to specify it in the command line of the server startup script. For example use the following command to run "minimal" configuration.
These were copied to the desktop so that it is easy to start or stop the JBoss instance. Also note that I bind the server to all available network interfaces by using the bind option -b. The configuration option -c can be used to select a server configuration and it is optional for "default" configuration. In the startup script the -b argument binding ip indicates the IP to which the server session is to be attached.
Tuning JBoss 5 Performance
The run. In the production server, ensure that these values are correctly set. For example, the following sets the minimum and maximum heap size as 1GB. It is better to keep them identical for performance reasons.
The actual heap size setting will depend on your application requirements and also on the RAM size of the server machine. Also ensure that adequate permgen space is set. Permgen space is the fixed memory required such as the code footprint.
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For large applications the default value of m may not be sufficient. Following sets the permgen space to MB. See this page for more details. In production server, you will require this to be on port 80 default HTTP port.
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In JBoss 5, changing default ports are easy. You just need to modify only one file. Open this file and then modify Web server properties located towards the end of the file. You can also search for and The datasource settings are stored in xml files under deploy folder of the server. For example, oracle-ds. This maps a connection setting to a JNDI name. The important parameters to configure are,. This value should be based on your application needs and also on the database configuration. The important parameters are,.
This figure corresponds to the concurrent users that are going to access the application. Depending on the machine configuration, there is a physical limit beyond which you will have to do clustering. When this exceeds, client machines get a request timeout response. Browser will extract it and display the page on screen. Enabling compression can substantially reduce bandwidth requirements of your application. Open the web.
Look for the jsp servlet org. JspServlet in the file and modify the following XML fragment as given below,. JBoss comes with a lot of services and your enterprise applications may not need all of them. Removing these unwanted services can boost application server performance. Following are some of the JBoss services you can remove if your application is not using them in production.
Some of the default Web applications in JBoss are very useful in monitoring server status. Application testers will also find this book useful as they will learn how to monitor the performance of the middleware with the correct instruments. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x About Francesco Marchioni Francesco is a software architect currently working for an Italian company based in Rome.
He took his first steps in Java in and joined the JBoss Community a few years later when the application server was running the release 2. Rating details. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world's largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. We're featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.
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