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Subject RE: Performance Tips now as xdoc
Date Fri, 29 Mar 2002 15:09:12 GMT
We´re running our cocoon-based solution using the following configuration:
os: redhat 6.5
system: compaq proliant 1.1 Ghz, 256 Mb RAM
servlet-engine: tomcat 3, latest
web service: apache 1, latest stable
jdk: j2se 1.3.1 from sun

This configuration really performes.
We haven´t done any scalability tests yet.

/Per-Olof Norén
Stockholm, Sweden

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Från: Stephan Michels <>
Till: Cocoon Developer List <>
Datum: den 29 mars 2002 10:50
Ämne: Re: Performance Tips now as xdoc

>On Thu, 28 Mar 2002, Gerhard Froehlich wrote:
>> Hi,
>> ok folks, I see you need something visual and
>> styled and not a sissy txt file.
>> I added the "Apache Cocoon Perfomance Tips" as
>> xdoc into the CVS. I placed it below the FAQs
>> in the book.xml.
>> Now you can review it eye friendly and send
>> suggestions how to improve it ;-).
>Thanx Gerhard.
>> Consider using a good JVM on a good OS. Scalability is a very
>> different beast than pure speed. An Apple DualG4 866 seems to run faster
>> than a Sun Enterprise 4500 (and costs a fraction), but try hitting them
>> with 2000 concurrent cocoon requests.
>The most interesting thing for me is, on which platform the
>cocoon best.
>At this moment the performance of a linux/PPC system is really sad. A
>simply "ant docs" tooks a 1/2h, and seems to hang up. And on a linux/i386
>cocoon is not really stable.
>What I want to known is, on which unicies does cocoon works best.
>Has anyone experiences with cocoon on a Sun Sparc/Solaris system?
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