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What is the first step that i would take if Weblogic is running slow
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r u using http tunneling???
is ur system config as per the recomennded config??
try using t3 as default protcol

this may seem stupid but try this

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 I'm serving several HTTP servlets over my internal network. Sometimes they are really fast, while at other times the performance seems sluggish. There doesn't seem to be a correlation with actual clients or even network traffic. From the local machine itself, the response time is very fast. Very mysterious. Any ideas?

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 As it turns out, we have seen such mysterious behavior ourselves, and we finally tracked it down to something completely unrelated to the network or client usage: response time for a servlet is about 5 times slower when you are running a screen saver on the machine, particularly for the OpenGL screen savers. You might try turning off your screen saver and see if that helps

 Also you can
Increase the allocation of Java heap memory for the WebLogic Server. (Both the minimum and the maximum should be set to the same size.) Start the WebLogic Server with the -ms32m option to increase the allocation, as in this example:

  $ java ... -ms32m -mx32m ...

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