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From "Howard W. Smith, Jr. (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (OPENEJB-1955) TomEE 1.5.1 SNAPSHOT (and CDI beans) running slow on my production server
Date Thu, 29 Nov 2012 13:54:58 GMT


Howard W. Smith, Jr. commented on OPENEJB-1955:


Please don't quote me on Glassfish caching right out the box. All I know, my JSF-managed-beans
web app is running much faster on Glassfish on Windows Server 2003 32bit 4GB RAM,
faster than TomEE / CDI web app on Windows Server 2003 32bit 4GB RAM and Windows Server 2008
64bit 16GB RAM. For this reason, I cannot push my TomEE / CDI web app to production server
'yet' and expect endusers to appreciate the extreme slowness of responses from web app. :(

Even though I put a lot of effort in optimizing the app so far, I am not seeing any performance
improvement on Windows Server 2003 32bit platform. I think I see performance improvement on
Windows Server 2008 64bit, but I am at a loss on optimizing web app to deploy it to TomEE
on Windows Server 2003.

I am not done yet with all of my planned optimizing yet.

I'm already running JDK 1.7.07 on Windows Server 2003 32bit, but I see that there is another
JDK or JRE update available, I think it's JDK 1.7.09, right? Maybe that addresses some issues
related to Windows 32bit environments. Romain did tell me that app will only run as good as
the JVM will allow it to run.

Romain, honestly, I don't know if I'm waving the entities. I read something about weaving,
but I don't know if that's what you're talking about. Okay about TIKA stuff; it's not a real
big concern. It serializes itself on app startup only, and living on an CDI @ApplicationScoped
> TomEE 1.5.1 SNAPSHOT (and CDI beans) running slow on my production server
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: OPENEJB-1955
>                 URL:
>             Project: OpenEJB
>          Issue Type: Question
>          Components: container system
>    Affects Versions: 1.6.0
>         Environment: Windows Server 2003, 32-bit, PrimeFaces 3.5 SNAPSHOT, PrimeFaces
Push (Atmosphere/websockets) configured;
> Internet connection is powered by Verizon Wireless 4G
>            Reporter: Howard W. Smith, Jr.
>            Priority: Minor
>              Labels: 2003, atmosphere, server, tomee, windows
>             Fix For: 1.6.0
>         Attachments: 20121128_profileLogin1_getOrderNumberList.jpg, 20121128_profileLogin1.jpg,
20121128_profileLogin2_getOrderNumberList.jpg, 20121128_profileLogin2.jpg, 20121128_profileLogin3_getOrderNumberList.jpg,
20121128_profileLogin3.jpg, 20121128_profileLogin_filterByDynamicSQL.jpg, 20121128_profileLogin_filterByNamedQuery.jpg,
20121128_profileLogin_initOrdersController1.jpg, 20121128_profileLogin_initOrdersController2.jpg,
20121128_profileLogin_initOrdersController3.jpg, catalina.2012-11-27.log, jvisualvm_20121127.csv,
jvisualvm_20121127.html, jvisualvm_20121127.nps, jvisualvm.csv, jvisualvm.html, jvisualvm.nps,
jvisualvm_tomee_excel_smaller.csv, jvisualvm_tomee.html, jvisualvm_tomee.nps, jvisualvm_tomee_smaller.csv,
jvisualvm_tomee_smaller.html, web.xml
>   Original Estimate: 612h
>  Remaining Estimate: 612h
> I was working with Romain and Mark Struberg on this one, and decided to open an issue,
so I could attach files and continue discussion here.
> My TomEE/CDI-managed-beans web application is running really slow on production server
(Windows Server 2003 32-bit Verizon Wireless 4G internet connection); runs faster on Windows
Server 2008 64bit (cablemodem internet connection).
> Currently in production, the Glassfish and JSF-managed-beans version of the web
application is running much faster than the TomEE/CDI-managed-beans version of the web application.
> Per Romain and Mark, I ran jvisualvm to provide some benchmarks.
> Please review attached files and confirm and advise.

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