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From stev...@outerthought.org
Subject [WIKI-UPDATE] CocoonPerformance Wed Mar 24 05:00:03 2004
Date Wed, 24 Mar 2004 04:00:03 GMT
Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=CocoonPerformance , version: 13 on Tue Mar 24
03:39:08 2004 by DavidCrossley

- *Make sure you have lots of available memory (512 mb minimum)
+ *Make sure you have lots of available memory (512 mb minimum).
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- *Set the correct JDK memory settings: Xms512M -Xmx512M (both to the same)
+ *Set the correct JDK memory settings: Xms512M -Xmx512M (both to the same).
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+ *Read and understand the comments in cocoon.xconf and associated component documentation.
- *Make sure you set the "maxobjects" (cocoon.xconf) of the transient-store to a high number
if you've got lots of memory available. It's set to 100 by default which is *way* too low.
I use about 4 to 8000. Seems to work. Check the status page to use if it's not overloading.
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+ *Set the "maxobjects" (cocoon.xconf) of the transient-store to a high number if you have
lots of memory available. It is set to 100 by default which may be too low. I use about 4000
to 8000. Seems to work. Check the samples/status page to ensure that it is not overloading
(by reaching the max-objects limit).
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                             ^^                              ^  ^^^                      
+++                                    ++++++++              +++ ^  ^^^^   ^^            
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

- *Set the store-janitor's heapsize in cocoon.xconf higher (by default it's set to use only
64 mb). 
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+ *Set the store-janitor's heapsize in cocoon.xconf higher (by default it is set to use only
64 mb). 
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- *Set the use-store attribute of the XSLT processor you're using to true
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+ *Set the use-store attribute of the XSLT processor you are using to true.
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- *Read [WritingForCacheEfficiency]
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+ *See [WritingForCacheEfficiency].
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- *Using FOP or Batik is more memory consuming
+ *Using FOP or Batik is more memory consuming.
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- both the use store attribute and the store janitor is set in the cocoon.xconf file
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+ Both the use-store attribute and the store-janitor are set in the cocoon.xconf file
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