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remote jboss 4.2.2 is slow compared to local jboss4.2.2

shai ban
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Hi,
I created a simple web application for displaying a tree. It is running very fast on my local jboss 4.2.2 but when I deploy it on remove jboss 4.2.2, it is taking a lot of time.

Can anybody help me?

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Shailesh
Jaikiran Pai
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Did you check or profile what exactly is taking time?

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Ulf Dittmer
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What is "remove JBoss"?


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Janus Engstrøm
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I guess it's remote.
varnita gupte
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Hi,

I think the delay might be due to the network issue and not the JBoss.
Unless there are any Exception occuring on the console.


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Peter Johnson
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What kind of a tree? Is the data in the tree exactly the same, and obtained in exactly the same way?
Also is the the first request for the tree only, or does each request take a long time?

Try asking for the home page: http://hostname:8080/
How long does that take compared to asking for the home page on localhost? That should give you some indicate of the network latency.


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