The configuration data store is used for storing all the OpenSSO Enterprise configurations and Policy Service configurations. Configuration data is stored in the config directory. The OpenSSO Enterprise server supports Sun Directory Server and the embedded OpenDS as the config data stores. You can configure the LDAP configuration for the config data store through the OpenSSO Enterprise administration console. Go to Configuration >Servers and Sites > server >Directory configuration.
Start by setting all the connection pool configurations with MIN=8 and MAX=32.
If you must make adjustments based on performance test results, adhere to the following requirements:
The MIN value should be at least 8.
The MAX value for any pool should not be greater than 64. The MAX value of 32 is enough for most typical deployments.
Special requirements are outside the scope of this document.
After following steps 1 and 2, if low throughput or low response times persist, then try the following solutions:
Verify that the Directory Server instance is not at 100% CPU usage. If the Directory Server instance is at 100% and the throughput is still low, revisit the indexing on the Directory Server entries. Be sure that Directory Server indexing is configured properly.
Run load tests to verify that OpenSSO Enterprise logging is not causing performance to slow down. First run the tests with logging enabled, and then run the tests with logging disabled. If you find that logging is causing low response time, then you can tune the logging service through the OpenSSO Enterprise console. See the “Logging” section in Chapter 7, Configuration Attributes, in Sun OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0 Administration Reference.