JBoss: Windows vs Linux and a Solaris boot issue
bryan.sant at gmail.com
Mon Mar 6 11:39:42 MST 2006
On 3/6/06, Ryan Bowman <ryanlbowman at gmail.com> wrote:
> We're experiencing a strange performance issue where I work. We run a
> Java swing client on windows machines. When that client connects to a
> jboss server on a windows (Server 2003) machine it performs excellent,
> but when we run jboss on a linux machine (Suse 9.3, and Suse 10) it is
> noticibly slower.
How is your client connecting to the JBoss server? RMI-IIOP? SOAP?
XML-RPC? How many connections are you dealing with -- 10,000
connections per second, or 2 per 5 seconds? What kind of data is
being transmitted -- big/small?
How much faster is the Windows server? (ie - The Linux server takes
10 seconds to do the same remote operation that takes 5 on Windows).
I'm assuming that you're working on 64-bit hardware (Opteron?). Is
Are you running IPv6?
What is the output of these commands (run as root):
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