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EP Performance Tunning and concurrent user login problems

Former Member
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Hi all.

We have a EP , integrated with Windows AD and SAP R3.

In real situation, there will be 1000 users login in EP in 0.5 hours. And their operation time will be 6-8 hours, connect to R3 or other applications.

Is EP can support such concurrent user login scenario ?

if EP fails, is there some performance monitor tool or performance tunning issue ?

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former_member192029
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Hi

Try with performance testing tools like loadrunner.

Cheers

Jawahar Govindaraj

tombo_larsen
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Hi

EP supports this logon load, however it all depends on sizing and architecture! Also the content of the STARTPAGE can be critical (make it "light").

If the portal fails, then often it is only one J2EE server process, which fails - so by having more server-processes will be an easy/minimum form of high availability. A "real" HA solution must be considered if your business will not work without the portal og SAPGUI connections can be used as workaround/fallback in such situations.

BR

Tom Bo

Former Member
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Hi Tom

How to configure to create more j2ee server process ?

Is it ' create server cluster ' ?

tombo_larsen
Active Participant
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Hi

It is pretty simple: Stop the J2EE, start offline CONFIG Tool. Mark the Instance for which to add a server process and choose "Server -> Add Servre" in the menu.

Before doing this please check if your HW box has memory/RAM enough, as this extra server-process will allocate the same amount of memory as the first one. The memory consumption by the J2EE should all fit in physical memory to avoid paging.

BR

Tom Bo

Former Member
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Jianhong,

Performance benchmarks and analysis is recommended to start way back from your sizing exercise, and simulations on DEV, QAS. If this stress test was not executed you can tune the portal via J2EE/Portal Application, or alternatively, left with adding more Application nodes.

James