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From "Bedrijven.nl" <maar...@bedrijven.nl>
Subject Performance issue
Date Tue, 07 Sep 2004 07:29:47 GMT
Hello all,

Maybe a rare question but it's very important for us. What's the case:

* I have a development environment running our applications (simple server,
WIN 2000 Server, Tomcat 4.0.24, struts, max memorysize appr. 320 MB)
* I have a production environment running our applications (extended server,
WIN 2000 Server, Tomcat 4.0.24, struts, max memorysize appr. 1 GB, 4
processors)

Now in our applications we have some jsp pages (i.e. searchpages). So what's
my problem. When I reload a page (submit some action the the form/actionbean
of struts) it's faster on our development system than on our production
system. So normally it's should be so that jsp files should be faster on our
production environment because the server is a lot "bigger". On the other
hand the compilation of jsp's is faster (as expected) on the production
environment. Are there some settings in server.xml (or web.xml) that causes
this???

Thx in advanced!

Maarten


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