Just a brief update. Our XWiki has been running fine for the last few days with
at least 3 people using it. Hopefully it stays that way.
One thing I noticed is that it just magically started responding faster the
next day. The other thing that I found was that I had missed out configuring
the dns servers when I configured the static IP (it was a long day). So it is
quite possible that the background process that Marius suggested may have had
something to do with a site lookup or name resolution or update (this is purely
speculation on my part - but hopefully it helps someone).
Thanks again for this great system. Lots to learn still :)
From: Mahomed Hussein
Sent: 10 March 2015 16:42
To: XWiki Users
Subject: [nosig] RE: [xwiki-users] Performance Frustrations
Thanks for the responses. Page you mention below just loaded a blank page (I
assume that's the intention). CPU jumped to about 80% for that one request.
That being said, performance has been a bit better today for some reason. There
are a couple of extra tweaks I did this morning were:
1. Limited the activity plugin on the dashboard to only show the last 10
changes with 2 changes.
2. Disabled the image for one of the user's avatar.
I have been happily adding documents today and it has been fairly acceptable.
But that's just one active user. We'll see how it behaves when it has 10 users
on at the same time. I might come back with more questions.
From: users [mailto:users-boun...@xwiki.org] On Behalf Of Marius Dumitru Florea
Sent: 10 March 2015 09:47
To: XWiki Users
Subject: Re: [xwiki-users] Performance Frustrations
I would also check the speed of retrieving a simple/plain wiki page
without the surrounding UI elements:
If this is still slow then the reason must be a background task as
Thomas suggested. If it's fast then it means some of the UI elements
slow down the view mode. It may be a panel for instance.
Hope this helps,
On Tue, Mar 10, 2015 at 10:47 AM, Thomas Mortagne
Would need more detail on what exactly you call a simple page, you
should create a new page with empty content. Is the proc OK when
nobody access XWiki, if not it might mean you have some bakground task
running and slowing down the instance (a few things I can think of are
SOLR indexing, Watchlist generating a mail when there is a lot of
users, first login when you use LDAP with a lots if groups/users, some
other extension you would have installed) ?
I guess you looked at other stuff in
you are using MySQL and have some unused memory one other thing I
notice that can improve a lot the performances is tweak a bit MySQL
configuration and especially things like innodb_buffer_pool_size which
can more or less make MySQL behave like a in-memory database if big
enough (and there is probably many other things but I'm not so much of
a MySQL expert).
On Mon, Mar 9, 2015 at 11:31 PM, Mahomed Hussein
We were chugging along quite happily with XWiki then we started to notice a
slowdown. Simple pages (like the space webhome page) were taking 3 – 4
seconds to load. This is with only 1 user testing it and about 5 articles in
the whole system. Using htop, we can see that the tomcat process are being
created and the CPU is going to over 150% - 400% (total across several
cores). I have tried modifying the JAVA_OPTS in /etc/default/tomcat7 with
little to no effect what so ever. I have tried googling it and almost
everyone says to change those options and I’ve tried basing it on the
my current line reads:
JAVA_OPTS=-Djava.awt.headless=true -Xmx800m -XX:MaxPermSize=196m
We are running XWiki 6.4.2
xwiki-enterprise-tomcat7-mysql package installed using apt-get.
OS: Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.13.0-46-generic x86_64)
There aren’t any IO or memory issues that we can see. I don’t see any
immediate errors in the logs either.
To be honest the high CPU isn’t that much of an issue. The problem is that
it’s using high CPU and STILL has slow performance. If I compare the
response of loading a 75 line article to loading
the extension page loads about 3 times faster (not scientifically accurate
timing but it’s different enough to notice consistently).
Any help would be greatly appreciated because no matter how great XWiki is,
if I can’t get it to perform quickly enough, users will avoid using it.
Thanks again for your time and any help.