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From Thomas Kratz <eisw...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: How to find performance bottleneck: Best practises ?
Date Mon, 31 May 2010 13:40:43 GMT
OK please forget my last mail.
I tried to increase the thread pool on jetty and now it seems to be gone
away.
Just a stupid beginner :)

Regards Thomas

2010/5/31 Thomas Kratz <eiswind@googlemail.com>

> Hello all,
>
> I only have little understanding of what's going on in http communication
> as I use to be a high level consumer. I use httpClient with
> EasySLLSocketFactory together with spring's HttpInvoker to do remote
> communication over SSL. As I'm new to this all, please forgive me if I'm
> asking in the wrong place, its just a guess. I have the spring remoting
> servlet running on an embedded jetty 6.x with a self signed certificate.
> Everything is fine if I do this over http. If I switch to https I experience
> a real performance (20-30 seconds per request on local connection) issue on
> some of the early requests I make. I cannot tell by now if its from the
> first request on. I start up my client and if I make some requests in the
> startup code its fine. But some requests later the requests simply take an
> awful lot of time, next time they are executed its milliseconds. I have
> traced down my services that execute as fast as normal, so it must (should?)
> be somewhere something in the whole infrastructure thats going wrong. It
> happens reproducable at every client startup, so I can only guess its coming
> from the httpclient, but I may be completely wrong with that. I turned on
> TRACE and saw that getResponseOutput is eating the time. But I can see no
> errors nor anything strange in the log.
>
> Can you give me any starting points where I should hunt for the problem
> with that ? Did I give enough information ?
>
> Thanks for any help in advance,
>
> Regards Thomas
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