On 29/08/17 13:09, Ing. Andrea Vettori wrote:
>> On 29 Aug 2017, at 12:29, Suvendu Sekhar Mondal <suv3...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Tue, Aug 29, 2017 at 2:54 PM, Ing. Andrea Vettori
>> <a.vett...@b2bires.com> wrote:
>>> - with a fresh started tomcat instance, the time it takes is around 0,8 
>>> seconds. Most of the time is spent on the two RMI calls the task does.
>>> - with an instance that is running from some time, the time can reach 2/3 
>>> seconds; occasionally 5/6 seconds. Most time is still spent on RMI calls. 
>>> I.e. what slows down are the RMI calls.
>> Sill question, do you mean RMI calls generating from Tomcat is getting
>> slower with time? or, JBoss is taking time to return the response?
> Thanks for your help.
> What I see is that the http requests are slower. Looking at the details of 
> that specific request (putting a product in the cart) using System.nanotime I 
> can see that most of the time is spent during the RMI calls. I’m pretty sure 
> it’s not jboss that is slower because doing other calls at the same time with 
> fresh tomcats or with a java client they're not slow.

I'd try profiling the problematic code. Given the magnitude of the
times, sampling should be sufficient which means you could do this on
production when the problem happens. You'll probably need to configure
it to log JVM internal calls.

I use YourKit (because they give me a free license to use to develop
Tomcat). Other profilers are available.


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