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Posted By:   Sudharshan_Govindan
Posted On:   Wednesday, November 20, 2002 09:43 PM

Hi, We have our web application deployed on a Cluster of 2 IBM WebSphere 4.0.4 Application Servers on Sun Solaris boxes. Clustering was achieved using "Horizontal Cloning" of the Application Servers. Our application does not have EJBs and the objects in session are persisted on a DataBase. The problem we are facing is POOR RESPONSE TIMES. We have tuned the 1. Connection Pooling parameters for both Application and Session DataSources. 2. Web Container threads on both the machines. When Load/Performance Testing was done using Rational Robot, the response times were not    More>>



Hi,



We have our web application deployed on a Cluster of 2
IBM WebSphere 4.0.4 Application Servers on

Sun Solaris boxes. Clustering was achieved
using "Horizontal Cloning" of the Application Servers.

Our application does not have EJBs and the objects in
session are persisted on a DataBase. The

problem we are facing is POOR RESPONSE TIMES. We have
tuned the



1. Connection Pooling parameters for both Application
and Session DataSources.

2. Web Container threads on both the machines.



When Load/Performance Testing was done using Rational
Robot, the response times were not

satisfactory as compared when the application was
deployed on a Single Server. This defeats the

very purpose of going for a Custer - Scalability with
minimal Response Times.



Any help/pointers/suggestions with respect to WebSphere
Cluster will be greatly appreciated.



Thanks and Regards,

Sudharshan Govindan

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