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i'm doing a java web application,
here the problem is when i run the application it is very slow
going from one page to another page takes so much time.
Earlier it was not so slow but i don't know what happened that made it so slow.
i'm running it on localhost .
i'm using tomcat 6.0.16
and java v1.6.
please anyone help me out.
You should start by finding out what takes up that time: client-side processing, network communication, server-side processing, access of other systems (like the DB) from the server, etc. Or maybe there are other processes on your machine that eat up CPU time?
It's highly unlikely that Tomcat's performance changed from yesterday to today. I'd start by measuring the various parts of the server-side processing in order to find out which part is taking a longer time than it did before. Also look into any code and configuration changes you may have made recently.