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Oracle SOA Suite Performance Tuning Cookbook by Matt Brasier, Nicholas Wright

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Chapter 6. Platform Tuning

In this chapter, we will look at the following recipes:

  • Tuning global transaction timeouts
  • Increasing the HTTP accept backlog
  • Reducing the server logging level
  • Finding out which JVM you are using
  • Using large pages in Linux
  • Increasing the number of file descriptors in Linux
  • Tuning the SOA Suite EJB timeouts
  • Upgrading to a newer JVM
  • Setting the Linux kernel swappiness to low
  • Using the Oracle JRockit JVM
  • Running your domain in the production mode
  • Creating a boot.properties file

Introduction

This chapter looks at some of the things you can do to tune the underlying platform on which the SOA Suite runs. SOA Suite is an enterprise Java application, and therefore runs on top of a stack consisting of hardware, operating system, JVM, and application ...

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