Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 Performance Tuning and Troubleshooting Guide

Tuning a Distributed Authentication UI Server Web Container

After you deploy the Distributed Authentication UI server on a web container, you can tune the web container by running the appropriate web container tuning script:

Web Container 

Tuning Script 

Web Server 7.0 


Web Server 6.1 


Application Server Enterprise Edition 8.2 


Application Server 7 


ProcedureTo tune a Distributed Authentication UI server web container:

  1. Make sure you have copied the necessary scripts from an Access Manager server installation, as described in Copying the Tuning Scripts.

  2. Edit the parameters in the amtune-env configuration file to specify the specific web container and tuning options.

  3. To run the script in REVIEW mode, set AMTUNE_MODE=REVIEW in the amtune-env file.

  4. Run the web container tuning script in REVIEW mode.

    In REVIEW mode, the tuning script suggests tuning recommendations but does not make any changes to the deployment.

  5. Review the tuning recommendations in the output log file, which is available in the same directory as the tuning scripts.

    If needed, make changes to the amtune-env file based on this run.

  6. To run the script in CHANGE mode, set AMTUNE_MODE=CHANGE in the amtune-env file.

  7. To make actual tuning changes to your deployment, run the script in CHANGE mode.

  8. Check the tuning results in the output log file.