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From Brian Minchau <minc...@ca.ibm.com>
Subject Re: XSL Transformation in Xalan - Pls help!
Date Tue, 16 Sep 2008 16:14:26 GMT

I can comment on that link (my name is in there somewhere!).

Yes, the SUN JRE had some horrible synchronization performance "bug". It
made it really excellent for finding code in Xalan-J that did
synchronization, and cleaning up many of the places that used synchronized
methods, but didn't have to. I worked with Toadie and flushed out many of
those spots. Those changes all went into Xalan-J 2.7.1

Which JREs are you using, and which version of Xalan-J?

Still, the pressure needs to go to SUN to fix how it handles

- Brian

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                                       Pls help!                           

Michael: yesterday, we stripped the xslt transformation component
and executed the xslt transformation for about 1000 transactions. But
there seems to be difference between execution time in windows vs execution
time in linux box.

Also, we came across this post regarding Xalan in multicore environment..
Can anyone provide comments on this post?



Michael Ludwig-4 wrote:
> Sriram83 schrieb:
>> 1/. We have the XSL transformation taking place inside an application
>> deployed in JBOSS app server. There are no restart of JVM.
>> Initialisation of memory takes only during jboss startup.
> I don't know much about JBoss, but it's a pretty huge application. You
> may be testing JBoss instead of Xalan. In order to test Xalan, I'd
> rather use a leaner frame, maybe just the simplest of programs which
> does what you describe below using loops and timestamps.
>> 2/. As mentioned by Tatu, I believe we do allow time for JVM to
>> warmup. We run around 200 XSL transformations first, after this, we
>> collect the average time taken for around 1000 transactions.
> Sounds very reasonable to me.
> Michael

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