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Web Page Vs Back end Systems

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Hi Guys,


1.How do we know when it is our own web pages and programming causing a slow down, versus the response from a back end system?

2.How do we know what needs tuning?

Some one please advise me on the above mentioned questions.

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Raj
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Whenever you experience a high response time, you need to verify the throughput whether it leads to any latency due to network bandwidth. If you dont find any problem over there, verify the system resources counters to see the servers behavior under load. The next step is the relative webserver/app server and the db server statistics. Based on all the counters analysis you can conclude where the problem exists. You can give your observation to the Dev/Analysis team based on which the queries/sp's tuning will be done. Many things involve when we are talking about the queries/sp's like what kind of scan happens during execution(Full table, Indexed), no. of physical reads/logical reads, deadlocks, buffer cache hit ratio etc. It is a very vast subject and is difficult to give you complete idea in this thread.

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Whenever you experience a high response time, you need to verify the throughput whether it leads to any latency due to network bandwidth. If you dont find any problem over there, verify the system resources counters to see the servers behavior under load. The next step is the relative webserver/app server and the db server statistics. Based on all the counters analysis you can conclude where the problem exists. You can give your observation to the Dev/Analysis team based on which the queries/sp's tuning will be done. Many things involve when we are talking about the queries/sp's like what kind of scan happens during execution(Full table, Indexed), no. of physical reads/logical reads, deadlocks, buffer cache hit ratio etc. It is a very vast subject and is difficult to give you complete idea in this thread.

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Hi Srinivas,

When we had a call with HP, they said with Load Runner we can't deeply dig into the back end systems, for that need Site Scope.

Our dev team is planning to put some logic to dig into the back end systems during the load test.

Thanks,
Raj
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