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From Gergely Imre <>
Subject Re: Speed problems
Date Mon, 16 Oct 2000 09:20:12 GMT
> Can you turn on the profiler in, request the page a few
> times, and then look at samples/profiler/profiler.xml - This will show which
> stage(s) are taking the most time, which is a start.

I turned on the profiler, and i got the following results for my page:

The whole-request is between 16100 and 19500.
Only one stage is taking the most time:
this is between 15900 and 17800.
I reloaded the page four times, and I got the above results.
> Also what is the order of your processing instructions?


<?cocoon-process type="xinclude"?>
<?cocoon-process type="xsp"?>
<?cocoon-process type="xslt"?>
<xsp:page language="java"

> Are you fetching from any external URLs? Is there anything different about
> this particular page, or are any/many of your pages also slow? Does it begin
> to get faster after several reloads?

All pages are almost the same, only with different query-s. 
And it does not get faster after a few reloads.

> What is your machine spec? CPU speed? Memory? Operating system? JDK? What
> JDBC driver are you using? Do you notice a lot of disk activity?

Intel Pentium III (Coppermine) 566MHz
128MB PC133 RAM

Linux Redhat 7.0 with kernel 2.2.16-22
Apache 1.3.12-25
Apache JServ 1.1.2-1
Java (TM) 2 Standard Edition Version 1.3.0 for Linux
Cocoon 1.8
mm.mysql 2.0.1 jdbc driver
Netscape 4.75
KDE 1.1.2

And yes, there is at least 30 secs of permanent disk activity, but only
on the first reload of the page after changes.

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