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no.of applications that can be deployed on a single profile of WAS 7.0

 
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Hi,
Currently our PRODUCTION env is supporting 8 GB of RAM and the number of applications that are deployed is close to 25. Out of which 15 are accessed on a regular basis with nominal load, But we are facing Out Of Memory Issues very often , we diagnosed the logs and dumps using ISA , which havent given any concrete conclusions . Please let us know if there is any limit on the number of applications that can be deployed on a single profile of WAS 7

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The limit is based on the amount of resources your applications use. Your performance testing should give you an indication of what this is.
 
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Hi Paul,

Based on the performance Testing indications if are supposed to deploy only 15 applications , Can you please suggest some options to cater the rest of the applications deployments (Clustering, New profile creation.. etc).

Also suggest some Performance testing tools which can be helpful

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No need for clustering if these applications are distinct. Clustering is used to allow an application to be scalable, rather than as a way to deploy more applications. simply having a second server would do.

For WebSphere, Rational Performance Tester is a common tool to use.
 
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