Category: Performance

Sep 22 2013

ColdFusion 10 Enhanced Performance Settings

In load testing these settings produced very favourable results, particularly in regards to full garbage collections (Full GC's) I noticed a great reduction in Full GC's yet overall heap behaviour was excellent.

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Posted by Mike Brunt at 11:11 AM - Categories: Web Servers | Performance | Java-JVM | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE

Jul 25 2013

Data Burns Electrical Energy - Too Much Data Burns More

Data centers will consume 19 percent more energy in 2013 than they did a year ago.

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Posted by Mike Brunt at 5:44 PM - Categories: Web Servers | .NET | DataBase | CloudComputing | Languages | Performance | Caching | Greening The Web | Java-JVM | ColdFusion

Feb 23 2013

Important Threading Information For ColdFusion, IIS and Legacy ODBC

Because when the thread ceiling is hit and ColdFusion gets into queuing threads in some way or other, performance literally nose-dives very quickly.

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Posted by Mike Brunt at 12:48 PM - Categories: Web Servers | Performance | Java-JVM | ColdFusion

Jul 11 2012

Hopefully This Will Not Happen To You.

So we really hope this will never happen to you. 

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Posted by Mike Brunt at 2:48 AM - Categories: Web Servers | DataBase | CloudComputing | Performance | Java-JVM | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE

May 10 2012

An Insight Into Tuning Java-JVM via ColdFusion

Ideally we do not want the permanent generation to top 70% used.

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Posted by Mike Brunt at 7:01 AM - Categories: Performance | JavaEE | Java-JVM | JRun-J2EE

Mar 17 2012

Don't Kill Your Servers With Kindness And Consideration

Also, do not have the heartbeat/ping set to become more aggressive if there is an apparent problem with the response from server-instance-node; that just makes matters much worse.

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Posted by Mike Brunt at 9:05 PM - Categories: Web Servers | .NET | DataBase | CloudComputing | Performance | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE

Dec 29 2011

Beware Of The Heap Size On HotSpot 64-Bit JVM's

JVM Heaps Larger Than 32GB Can Cause A 30% Decrease In Free Heap Memory

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Posted by Mike Brunt at 12:35 PM - Categories: Tomcat | Performance | JavaEE | Caching | Java-JVM | JRun-J2EE