Last post Apr 11, 2008 09:24 AM by DmitriG
Mar 27, 2008 04:22 AM|derhansen|LINK
I am currently developing a webfrontend for our HMC 4.0 structure.
It seems, that the MPS webservices resonds "slow". Sometimes it takes up to 10 seconds until e.g. a list of users is returned by the webservices or a new userpassword is set with "SetUserPasswordRequest".
Also the Sample Provisioning UI seems to respond som kind of "slow", so maybe it is a IIS setup thing.
So my questions are:
1. How "fast" do other users here experience their MPS webservices?
2. Is there a way to increase the speed / do some performance tuning?
Apr 10, 2008 12:21 PM|KrausemPinheiro|LINK
I also see it quite slow. even considering that my setup (as a lab) isn't using the best distribution of roles over different machines. but even I'd think it should be faster. Think it is to do with all the stuff that goes on the background in order to
collect information or to apply requested actions not necessarily with IIS. But that's a guess. Hopefully I'll get the budget to split some of the roles on other boxes and let you know if anything changes.
Apr 11, 2008 03:17 AM|derhansen|LINK
thanks for the reply. Good to hear, that others experience the same "slowness" as we do. We will try to give the machines some more RAM and see if this solves the preformance issues.
Apr 11, 2008 09:24 AM|DmitriG|LINK
We will try to give the machines some more RAM and see if this solves the preformance issues.
It is unlikely that more memory will solve your issues. All MPS "performance" problems has two basic reasons:
IMHO, processor upgrade seems to be better solution. BTW, 1Gb of RAM for server, that will run MPS and web-services, is enough.
I would also recommend you to revise idle timeouts for MPS Engine COM+ application and web-services application pool. Try to increase timeout to keep services longer in "warm" state and reduce number of restarts.