Oracle 9i Application Server Oracle HTTP Server powered by Apache Performance Guide
Release 1.0.2 for Windows NT

Part Number A86676-01



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1 Performance Overview

Performance Terms
What is Performance Tuning?
System Throughput
Wait Time
Critical Resources
Effects of Excessive Demand
Adjustments to Relieve Problems
Setting Performance Targets
Setting User Expectations
Evaluating Performance
Performance Methodology
Factors in Improving Performance

2 Monitoring Your Web Server

Monitoring Network Activity
Collecting Performance Data with the Performance Monitor
Starting the Performance Monitor
Creating a chart of Process Activity
Logging Performance Statistics
Creating a Report or Chart of Log File Data
Monitoring the Web Server
Using the mod_status Utility to Monitor the Web Server
Monitoring JServ Processes

3 Sizing and Configuration

Sizing your Hardware and Resources
Determining CPU Requirements
Determining Memory Requirements
Determining Memory Requirements for the Oracle HTTP Server
Determining Memory Requirements for JServ
Determining Java Heap Size
Determining Memory Requirements for Servlets and OracleJSP pages
Determining the Number of JServ Processes per CPU

4 Optimizing HTTP Server Performance

Network Tuning
Configuring the ThreadsPerChild Parameter
Configuring ThreadsPerChild for Servlet Requests
Configuring ThreadsPerChild for Static Page Requests
Enabling SSL Session Caching
Understanding Performance Implications of Logging
Benefits of the HTTP/1.1 Protocol
Supporting Persistent Connections

5 Optimizing Apache JServ

Overview of JServ
Optimizing Servlet Performance
Loading Servlet Classes
Reloading Servlet Classes Automatically
How to Perform Load Balancing
Using Single Thread Model Servlets
What is OracleJSP?
Tuning OracleJSP Pages for Performance
Impact of Session Management
Developer Mode
OracleJSP Performance Tips


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