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Tomcat production web container is slow

 
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In my local Tomcat web container my webapp (working with Oracle) has very quick processing. My local Tomcat container processes info quickly during all hours. On the production server my webapp (working with the same Oracle database server) has very slow processing during peak hours of the day. The webapp is used by only one person. Please advise why the Production Tomcat web container is so much slower than my local tomcat container and they both use the same database.
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A database is only one possible source of performance issues. What else is the production server doing? How many users is it hosting? What priority has the admin given to your processes? And so on...
 
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