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Does increasing the max-post-size value of the jboss server will increases the response time?

 
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Am aware that max-post-size values is only limit the post data that sending across client to server, but want to know that if we increase the max-post-value does it increases server response time in jboss?
 
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Welcome to the Ranch!

I would not expect a larger max-post-size to affect the response time, no. Although the bigger the POST payload, obviously the longer it's going to take to transmit and parse it.

The primary use of the max-post-size limit is to defend against malicious attacks or sloppy/runaway clients. Knowing the maximum size that a legitimate POST can be allows blocking Denial-of-Service attacks that would attempt to tie up the server and possibly cause failure due to excessive storage requirements. Such failures might then be exploited to invade the JBoss/WildFly server and possibly its containing OS.
 
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Thank you Tim..
 
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