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Reply posted on October 30, 2008 by HERTC
Do the PDN documents listed below get you any further in troubleshooting and qualifying your performance problem? Overview of the Performance Tools (PAL) Using the DB Trace and Profiler tools to understand performance A methodology for troubleshooting...
Reply posted on October 27, 2008 by DHEER_GCSPega
Just googled this: JVM Settings (WebSphere Administrative Console-> Servers-> Application Servers-> myapp-> Process Definition-> Java Virtual Machine) (where myapp is the server name) http://www.performancewiki.com/was-tuning.html
Reply posted on July 21, 2008 by ISLAMR02
Hi Fitzi, Thanks for your reply. I have seen that topic. But in the pxRequestor page HttpServletRequest is not present. I have tested using the following code and printed the object but that was returning null object. javax.servlet.http...
Reply posted on June 3, 2008 by MARIK-1Pega
3 servers, eh? The last digit of pxUpdateDateTime is essentially random. This algorithm doesn't provide failover support, but you could have server A process all work objects whose pxUpdateDateTime ends 0-3, server B process all work objects whose...
Reply posted on May 19, 2008 by PASHMPega
This sounds like a condition that could trigger a PEGA0019 alert. Please see http://pdn.pega.com/DevNet/PRPCv5/KB/25356.asp for information on how to adjust the lock time threshold
Reply posted on May 14, 2008 by PASHMPega
There are a couple of articles on the PDN that might be helpful with regard to load balancing: http://pdn.pega.com/DevNet/PRPCv4/KB/20001.asp and http://pdn.pega.com/DevNet/PRPCv4/KB/19914.asp