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CHAPTER Tuning the File Store Block Size Tuning Performance of Oracle WebLogic Server
You may want to tune the file store block size for file stores that are configured with a synchronous write policy of Direct-Write (default) Direct-Write-With-Cache or Cache-Flush especially when using Direct-Write with AvoidDirectIO=true as described
CHAPTER This chapter provides instructions for tuning an environment to achieve maximum performance when Administering Oracle Coherence
deploying Coherence solutions. See also Chapter 3 "Performing a Network Performance Test." The following sections are included in this chapter: Operating System Tuning Network Tuning JVM Tuning Coherence Communication Tuning Data Access Patterns
CHAPTER Tuning a File Store Direct-Write-With-Cache Policy Tuning Performance of Oracle WebLogic Server
The Direct-Write-With-Cache synchronous write policy is commonly the highest performance option that still provides transactionally safe disk writes. It is typically not as high-performing as the Disabled synchronous write policy but the Disabled policy
CHAPTER Advanced Tuning Considerations Tuning Performance
This section provides advanced tuning recommendations which may or may not apply to your environment. Review the following recommendations to determine if the changes would improve your HTTP Server performance. Tuning Oracle HTTP Server Tuning Oracle
CHAPTER Oracle HTTP Server Performance Tuning Tuning Performance
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CHAPTER 2 Top Tuning Recommendations for WebLogic Server Tuning Performance of Oracle WebLogic Server
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CHAPTER Basic Tuning Considerations Tuning Performance
The following tuning configurations may improve the performance of the Oracle HTTP Server. Always consult your own use case scenarios to determine if these settings are applicable to your deployment. Tuning Oracle HTTP Server Directives Reducing Httpd
CHAPTER The kodo.jdo.KodoFetchPlan adds additional options to the standard kodo.jdo.FetchPlan for fine-tuning Kodo JPA/JDO Reference for Oracle WebLogic Server
The kodo.jdo.KodoFetchPlan adds additional options to the standard kodo.jdo.FetchPlan for fine-tuning data loading. Its APIs include large result set support and lock level control among others. Kodo goes one step further extending KodoFetchPlan with
CHAPTER Tuning the File Descriptor Limit Tuning Performance
A lack of available file descriptors can cause a wide variety of symptoms which are not always easily traced back to the operating system's file descriptor limit. Tuning the file descriptor limit can be accomplished by configuring the operating system's
CHAPTER Tuning Application Module Pools and Connection Pools Developing Fusion Web Applications with Oracle Application Development Framework
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CHAPTER Tuning Oracle HTTP Server Port Tunneling Tuning Performance
When OracleAS Port Tunneling is configured every request processed passes through the OracleAS Port Tunneling infrastructure. Thus using OracleAS Port Tunneling can have an impact on the overall Oracle HTTP Server request handling performance and scalability.
CHAPTER Tuning the Stuck Thread Detection Behavior Tuning Performance of Oracle WebLogic Server
WebLogic Server automatically detects when a thread in an execute queue becomes "stuck." Because a stuck thread cannot complete its current work or accept new work the server logs a message each time it diagnoses a stuck thread. WebLogic Server
CHAPTER Tuning View Object Performance Developing Fusion Web Applications with Oracle Application Development Framework
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CHAPTER Tuning execute queues for overflow conditions Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console Online Help
WebLogic Server diagnoses a thread as stuck if it is continually working (not idle) for a set period of time. You can tune a server’s thread detection behavior by changing the length of time before a thread is diagnosed as stuck and by changing
CHAPTER Tuning the Query Cache Tuning Performance of Oracle WebLogic Server
Query Caching is a new feature in WebLogic Server 9.0 that allows read-only CMP entity beans to cache the results of arbitrary finders. Query caching is supported for all finders except prepared-query finders. The query cache can be an application-level
CHAPTER Tuning Standalone JMS Application Modules Administering JMS Resources for Oracle WebLogic Server
JMS resources deployed within standalone modules can be reconfigured using the using the weblogic.Deployer utility or the Administration Console as long as the resources are considered bindable (such as JNDI names) or tunable (such as destination thresholds).
CHAPTER Tuning Oracle HTTP Server Tuning Performance
The following tips can enable you to avoid or debug potential Oracle HTTP Server performance problems: Analyzing Static Versus Dynamic Requests Managing PL/SQL Requests Limiting the Number of Enabled Modules Monitoring Oracle HTTP Server Performance
CHAPTER Tuning Oracle HTTP Server Directives Tuning Performance
Oracle HTTP Server uses directives in httpd.conf . This configuration file specifies the maximum number of HTTP requests that can be processed simultaneously logging details and certain limits and time outs. More information on configuring the Oracle
CHAPTER Tuning SSL Performance Tuning Performance
The following recommendations can assist you with determining performance requirements when working with Oracle HTTP Server and SSL. The SSL handshake is an inherently resource intensive process in terms of both CPU usage and response time. Thus use
CHAPTER About View Object Tuning Developing Fusion Web Applications with Oracle Application Development Framework
This section describes a number of interesting view object concepts and features that have not been discussed in previous chapters.