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Performance of JBoss

Hong Anderson
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Do new version of JBoss improve performance?
What version is the best in term of performance JBoss 3.0, JBoss 3.2.5, JBoss 4.x?

Now I encounter performance issue with JBoss 3.0.0, Is it better if I upgrade JBoss version?


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Sanju Thomas
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JBoss 4 definitely will give more performance than the 3.
Paul Sturrock
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Originally posted by Sanju Thomas:
JBoss 4 definitely will give more performance than the 3.


Hmm. How can you be so sure?


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Hong Anderson
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Originally posted by Sanju Thomas:
JBoss 4 definitely will give more performance than the 3.


็How do you know? Do you have a reference?
Heonkoo Lee
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I noticed a lot of performance improvements when I upgraded JDK from 1.4 to 1.5 and JBoss from 3.2.1 to 4.0.2. With the old setting JBoss memory usage used to reach 1.5 Gig about two weeks after deployment so I had to restart the server everytime it ran out of memory. But after the upgrade, I have not seen any memory problem. Garbage collection improved a lot. Not sure if it is JDK or JBoss.
 
 
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