At 16:59 06.04.2005, Gleb Paharenko wrote:
>Can you figure out in which state the queries from JBoss spend time the most?
>You may use your own program and 'SHOW PROCESSLIST' statement or something
> mysqladmin -i 1 -r processlist.
>I don't see a big difference between JBoss and a normal Java
>application except JBoss uses it's own connection pool. The problem
>could be at JBoss side. Another suggestion - what happens if you switch
>from the prepared statements to usual queries?
After switch from PreparedStatement to Statement the same performance.
>BTW your innodb_log_file_size is about 12 times smaller then
>it should be about 25% of the buffer pool size.
> >In our J2EE application which runs under JBoss 3.2.2 we are generating
> >own queries by using a connection from JBoss connection pool. This are
> >- needed from JBoss 450-500 millis
> >- nedded from normal Java application 15-25 millis
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