0 Replies Latest reply on Sep 3, 2010 2:44 PM by Mike Finn

    Registry caching (or not) issue

    Mike Finn Apprentice

      Hi All,

      Wondering if someone can point me in a direction here. Services are taking forever to execute. I set hibernate to debug and see massive amounts (100-200) of queries to juddi db (Oracle) for every execution of service. In another environment (non-clustered, based off default), things seem normal. In most cases, no queries to juddi on service execution. I don't know if it's a cluster vs non-cluster thing, a all vs default thing, etc, but it seems that the registry content is not being cached.


      The only config option I can find is the cache expiration, which I changed to 5 mins. Doesn't seem to make much of a difference. Every call to the service results in many queries to the juddi db, slowing even the simplest 'ping' service to 1 min + response time. No errors in logs on startup.


      Any other config options or any log entries I should be looking for? As you can imagine, this renders our services unusable.


      Multinode (5) cluster. SOA-P 5.0.0 on RHEL 5.4.


      TIA for any guidance here-