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From Adrian Mitev <adrian.mi...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: JSF application very slow with HTTPS
Date Mon, 11 Apr 2011 13:28:11 GMT
Have you turned on the page compression of your app server?

2011/4/11 Walter Mourão <walter.mourao@gmail.com>

> As far as I know, the JSF does not know anything about https... it is
> handled by the servlet container (Tomcat, Jetty...).
>
> Walter Mourão
> http://waltermourao.com.br
> http://arcadian.com.br
> http://oriens.com.br
>
>
>
> On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 8:49 AM, Michael Heinen <mhn4dev@googlemail.com
> >wrote:
>
> >  Hi,
> >
> > My JSF application is very slow via HTTPS.
> > Some parts are 15 times slower compared to HTTP
> >
> > I measured the response times of the xhtml requests with Fiddler (locally
> > and over network)
> >
> > Result for a very large page (512 KB) with a big datatable without ajax
> > usage:
> > --  local access with HTTP:  1 sec
> > --  local access with HTTPS: 15-16 sec
> >
> > Other pages are factor 2-4 slower, with or without ajax.
> > The time is spent in htmlTableRenderer.encodeInnerHtml. Data is of course
> > available, there is no additional backend access.
> >
> > The simple download of xhtml files or other files is NOT (noticeable)
> > slower.
> > Other non JSF applications running on the same servers are also not
> slower
> > with HTTPS.
> >
> > Before I start profiling:
> > - Does anybody have an idea where I should look at?
> > - Are there any known JSF or webApp settings that influence https
> > performance?
> >
> > Environment:
> >  Facelets
> >  myFaces 1.2.9
> >  tomahawk12_1.1.10
> >  richfaces 3.3.3
> >  tomcat 6.0.29
> >  jdk 1.6.0_23
> >
> > Regards,
> > Michael
> >
>



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