Follow these configuration tips to improve performance. These tips are intended for production environments, not development environments.
To improve class loading time, avoid having excessive directories in the server CLASSPATH. Put application-related classes into JAR files.
HTTP response times are dependent on how the keep-alive subsystem and the HTTP server is tuned in general. For more information, see HTTP Service Settings
Get patch 111308-03 from SunSolve Onlineand install it.
Edit the startserv script located in bin/startserv for your domain, and define the LD_PRELOAD environment variable to be /usr/lib/libmtmalloc.so.
The exact syntax to define an environment variable depends on the shell you use.
Cache servlet results when possible. For more information, see Chapter 5, Developing Web Applications, in Sun Java System Application Server Enterprise Edition 8.1 2005Q2 Developer’s Guide.
If an application does not contain any EJB components, deploy the application as a WAR file, not an EAR file.
The security manager is expensive because calls to required resources must call the doPrivileged() method and must also check the resource with the server.policy file. If you are sure that no malicious code will be run on the server and you do not use authentication within your application, then you can disable the security manager.
To disable use of the server.policy file, use the Admin Console. Under Configurations > config-name > JVM Settings (JVM Options) delete the option that looks like this: