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How to increase performance of an Application running in weblogic at particular times

 
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I have a application deployed under weblogic 11g.

I know that my application will get accessed most often in evening times

that is particulary between 6:PM to 9:PM .

Is there any way i can provide it max resources , for performance during at that particular time .

Thanks in advance .
 
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At runtime it is not possible to tweak all the performance parameters. Is there any bottle neck that you see ?

CPU Time / Memory / Threads / IO Operations / DB calls / Network etc etc
 
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Well actually, If you think there is gonna be more load during the time period you mentioned .. You could add another cluster member to balance the load. If you want to increase the response .. try adding the static content like images and gif's in the webserver rather than getting them from the application server. This will eliminate the delay which is required to get these from the application server. Another thing you should have one already is to have the connection pool confugured if your application is database dependent, this will again eliminate the delay for establishing connectivity to database.

-- Dilip


 
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