Job start is an expensive operation. How do you maintain an acceptable
response time, or do your menu clicks just take a very long time. Some web
sites do, I am just wondering.


Job startup plus displaying an initial screen consumes about 20
milliseconds of CPU time. Even with the latency of the Internet, the
response is often sub-second.

After initial startup, subsequent requests typically consume 1 to 5
milliseconds of CPU time. Requests like generating PDF documents require
more time.

This architecture is supporting up to 50 million requests for dynamic
content per day in a production environment on a single IBM i server.

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