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megan smith
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Hi Mick,

Can you please eloborate tuning in web application with some your real life experience? what are the things we need to test and how do we fix that?

Thanks.
Mick Knutson
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megan smith wrote:Hi Mick,

Can you please eloborate tuning in web application with some your real life experience? what are the things we need to test and how do we fix that?

Thanks.

In Chapter 8 I cover several tools I use on a weekly basis to debug issues.

The main issues I run into are:
* Memory issues
* Threading issues
* Socket Issues
* HTTP communication issues

In a real-world web application, there are many issues related to the types of issues above, which much all be taken into account.
The book covers how to employ several tools to track down these types of issues.

... Mick Knutson
http://baselogic.com - [Java EE6 Cookbook for securing, tuning, and extending enterprise applications (PACKT)] - [Java EE6 Cookbook (PACKT) (on Amazon)]
arulk pillai
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Open-source tools or both commercial and open-source?


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