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From "John Bateman" <jo...@cyberworldgroup.com>
Subject RE: tomcat vs orion vs weblogic testing results (Load Runner)
Date Mon, 20 Nov 2000 14:19:59 GMT
Hi

Would you be willling to post the results of your tests here so we can see
what, and where, the bottlenecks are?

Thanks


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Manne Anliot [mailto:Manne.Anliot@framfab.se]
> Sent: Monday, November 20, 2000 5:15 AM
> To: 'tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org'
> Subject: tomcat vs orion vs weblogic testing results (Load Runner)
>
>
> Hi all..
>
> I'm doing work load testing on a webapplication built on
> javascript, .JSP:s
> and EJB:s. We've load tested on many different setups and are
> getting some
> interesting results:
>
> Simulated number of users: 25
> Computer setup: NT4 sp6, 1 GB RAM, Pentium III ~600 MHz
> Tomcat setup: 1 ajp12-worker.. (We need out-of-process workers for
> scalability)
>
> <snip>
> setup1: webserver - apache 1.3.x, jsp - tomcat 3.2b6 (mod_jk.dll)
> setup2: webserver - weblogic, jsp - weblogic (latest versions
> as of this
> date)
> setup3: webserver - orion, jsp - orion (latest versions as of
> this date)
> <snip>
>
> setup2 and setup3 are 8 (eight) times faster in our tests
> (Load Runner).
> Even if we suspected tomcat to be a bit slower, this is truly
> remarkable..
> We've tried optimizing Tomcat by:
> 1. using ajp13 protocol - failed, we're just getting
> exceptions from tomcat
> 2. reloadable=false - of course
> 3. fiddling with JVM memory settings - minor improvements
>
> Any ideas on what's wrong here? This must be a configuration
> problem. Have
> anyone else found the same results?
>
> Regards,
> Manne Anliot.


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