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From beyaNet <and...@jibeya.com>
Subject Re: Cocoon scalability
Date Sat, 06 Nov 2004 16:22:31 GMT
Hi chaps,
I think i would be a good idea for this topic to be filtered through to 
the rest of the family so keep it on site, it concerns us all who are 
building or maintaining websites using cocoon.

regards

Andrew
On 6 Nov 2004, at 16:15, Aurélien DEHAY wrote:

> Hello.
>
>
> Le samedi 06 novembre 2004 à 10:09 -0500, Shilpa Kelkar a écrit :
>> Hello
>>
>> We have a website developed in cocoon 2.0 running on tomcat 5.0.27 on 
>> linux
>> server.
>> We are using jvm 1.4.2.
>
> Sun? Weblogic (Jrockit)? Intel architecture?
>
>> The website is few xml and xsls with 15 java code files. The database 
>> used
>> is mysql.
>> The website is database extensive and does a lot of queries to 
>> generate the
>> pages.
>>
>> We can handle about 1000 concurrent users currently.
>
> Hmmm... Concurrents users on a non connected protocol like http is 
> quite
> hard to evaluate. What do you mean by concurrent?
>
>> We need to scale the system almost 10 times the current.
>>
>> Are there any suggestions on how to scale a cocoon based system?
>> Thanks
>
> It really depends of what your application is made of. It's always a
> good idea to put the statics files on the Apache 2.0 server. Then check
> your JVM parameters and the output for GC times. Have you made some
> tunning of your JVM?
>
> I'm working on a relatively loaded web platform (nearly 200 million 
> hits
> a day, 75 million pages view), and I'm then working on JVM tunning. 
> Even
> if the subject is interesting, it might be off topic, you can contact 
> me
> direcly if you want.
>
>
> Rgds.
>
>
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