Interesting - we have had a customer go from 7.1 to 7.3 and all hell has broken loose regarding performance of a stateless cgi application there too.


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On 11 Aug 2017, at 22:01, Hohlen, Kent <Kent.Hohlen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

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Kevin - We don't know what is acceptable and what is terrible. We migrated from 5.4 on a 11 year old server to 7.2 on a Power8. We are using what we knew as a base line. I would be willing to accept a 15 second startup if we didn't have the delay issue if we didn't make a request for 5 minutes. We agree the user should not see much of a delay. The issue is what is causing that delay and why.

As far as I know we are not using persistent CGI. We are using what I would call as stateless programming. Every request pasted to the server sends all the information needed since the server job could have serviced any other job in between our requests.

I believe there is an issue with the server settings. The programs have not changed during the upgrade. I think I will have to call IBM for assistance. Thanks for your help.

Thanks,
Kent
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