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Thorbjoern Ravn Andersen wrote:
CPU is generally a much more precious resource on an AS/400 than on a
modern x86 box.

can help by deploying web application in-place as directories ("exploded
wars") instead of single war-files as this information is stored with
the jar files in the IFS.

For your exact situation, please first validate that the high cpu-usage
is also the case when doing the n'th report and not just only the first
one.

Yes, it's the initial request that causes the biggest hit (by far.) I'm
more concerned about the impact of multiple requests in production.

Tomcat 6 extracts the contents of the war file already. I removed the
war files from the webapps directory. That didn't seem to make a difference.

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Pete Hall
pete@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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