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From Martin Samm <m_...@rroom.net>
Subject Re: New Site
Date Wed, 10 Apr 2002 13:19:23 GMT
The problem, as i'm finding now, isn't in the JSP itself, but 'loitering' 
objects - tag objects to be specific - i've used the 'ab' utility against the 
site, whilst monitoring using JProbe and the instantiated tags seeme to 
loiter for a long time, sucking memory, which during our businest periods 
could explain the 'drain'

I'm going to put a cache around this, but does anyone kwon why this might be 
and iut may be avoided (not using cacheing?)

On Wednesday 10 Apr 2002 1:35 pm, you wrote:
> I would also check that your JSP's are pre-compiled.  The JSP's are
> compiled as servlets wen they are first called after changes.  That can
> take some time as well.  We have been getting excellent performance across
> a T1 over the Atlantic that goes from Philly to Raleigh to the UK and back
> aain.
>
> Jim Berg
> Sr. Software Specialist
> PSCI
> 610-270-4158
> Jim_W_Berg@gsk.com
>
>
>
>                     "Pete Carapetyan"
>                     <pete@datafundamentals
>                     .com>
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>                     10-Apr-2002 08:10            cc:
>                     Please respond to            Subject:     Re: New Site
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> "Galbreath, Mark" wrote:
> > This is not very encouraging.  At 6:30 AM EST on a T-1 I finally gave up
> > when the page had not fully loaded after 3 minutes(!!).  My personal
> > experience with Struts (we are committed to it at this point for
>
> VoiceStream
>
> > Global Wireless's new ecommerce sites) is that it slows processing and
>
> page
>
> > deleivery considerably.  Anyone else notice this?
>
> No.
>
> I would look for a bug in your code, not in Struts. Have you run a profiler
> on it to see where it is spending it's time?
>
> > Mark
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Martin Samm [mailto:m_sam@rroom.net]
> > Sent: Tuesday, April 09, 2002 8:27 AM
> > To: struts-user@jakarta.apache.org
> > Subject: New Site
> >
> > Just thought i'd another 'Powered By Struts' site to the list -
> > www.peoplenews.com.
> > Its a showbiz / gossip site which until recently ran on Vignette (yuk) .
> > While the content may not be to everyone's taste, it is popular, about
>
> 19M
>
> > hits last month. It's been running for 2 days, so may have a couple of
> > teething problems, but it does seem to have scaled well.
> > --
> > Martin Samm
> > m_sam@rroom.net
> >
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