Have read the IBM RedBook. Have many customers using our web based applications which are CGI-scripts that execute POST and GET. Our applications run on all OS versions 5.4 - 7.1.
When we first configured customers a few years ago, we merely used the recommended defaults. Over time, more and more users are added.
What is the key to get the best performance? Is there such a thing? When performing WRKACTJOB, most of the time we see TIMW, then RUN, the TIMW .... but lately we are seeing LCKW on one of our customers' machines.
Is there such a thing of the Apachedft Server becoming overloaded? The machine has plenty of memory.
I would prefer making changes to the server config file so long as I knew why the change was being made. Like most RedBooks, what I read was a riddle. (They used to be great until the merger with the P series division.