How to set the Thread Stack size with JBoss AS or WildFly

There is a JVM option configurable with -Xss which lets you adjust the maximum stack size. First of all some background about the Stack Size The behaviour of each JVM in relation to the Stack Size can be different: some Java Virtual Machines(JVM) put Java stack(Java method calls) and native stack(Native method calls in VM) … Read more

WildFly performance tuning

This tutorial is a follow-up to the JBoss AS 7 Performance tuning tutorial. We will focus now on the incoming request flows as they cross the WildFly borders. And we will learn how to monitor the most critical attributes. If you want to tune a complex beast like a Java application server it is crucial that … Read more

JBoss AS 7 Performance tuning

In this tutorial you will learn how to tune the application server JBoss AS 7 or the Red Hat’s supported version JBoss EAP 6. If you need details about the most recent version of the application server, named WildFly, we suggest having a look at this tutorial: WildFly performance tuning Tuning JBoss application server Although … Read more

JBoss performance tuning part 2

This is a two part tutorial which discusses about Performance tuning on JBoss AS 4 and 5. In the first tutorial JBoss Performance Tuning part 1 we have provided some general indication about tuning the core server and the OS where the application server is running. Here we will specifically discuss about some services running … Read more

JBoss Performance Tuning part 1

This is a two part tutorial which discusses about Performance tuning on JBoss Application Server. This article has been originally written for JBoss EAP 5 and contains some indications about tuning the OS where the application server is running. Although some indications are still valid, we recommend also taking a look at the following articles … Read more