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From Marcel May <Marcel....@consol.de>
Subject Re: FW: JSP, performance analysis? (the last...)
Date Tue, 04 Sep 2001 17:09:16 GMT
Hi!

java.io.Win32FileSystem.getLastModifiedTime:
	Try to turn of automatic reloading (s.th. like "reloadable"
	in the webapp context in the server.xml).

Concerning tags, I believe tomcat does not yet implement tag pooling.

Good luck,
Marcel

On Tue, Sep 04, 2001 at 05:56:56PM +0200, Israel Olalla wrote:
> 
> 
> Hi,
>  
>     Trying to understand a problem or performance that we have in our
> application, we've seen some data of interest, Those files are the result of
> OptimizeIt CPU profiler output - Sampler, Those files show the execution of
> the same JSP and logic in three moments.
>     
>     When working with JSP we have a serious degradation problem with acces
> to filesystem:
>  
>         - java.io.Win32FileSystem.getLastModifiedTime 
>  
>     There's some way to desactivate the control of changes in JSP file's?.
> In order to avoid access to FileSystem.?
>      
>  
>     Finally our problem was with Taglibs iterate ... logic ... it creates
> thousands... of objects ... and the GC eats the whole machine.... but that's
> an advise to other list.
> 
> Thanks for you patience and time
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Marcel May
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