Performance Tuning

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Understanding performance impact of shareable JDBC connections in struts based web application deployed on Websphere Application Server

The purpose of this article is to highlight the root cause of JDBC related performance issues that I have seen in multiple J2EE applications using struts framework. In many cases the root cause is the use of “shareable” connections, which is the default configuration in WebSphere. The difference between shareable and unshareable connection is very … Continue reading

Oracle Text Search Performance Tuning – From Minutes to Milliseconds

Recently I was asked to look into the stability aspects of a J2EE application. It had started to crash taking the Oracle DB server along with it during peak production load. An analysis of the Java Stack Trace indicated that almost all the hung threads were performing searches. Application was not able to take a … Continue reading