0 Replies Latest reply on Mar 17, 2014 2:29 PM by Jeremy Whiting

    Comparing a SLSB and it's web service endpoint statistics.

    Jeremy Whiting Expert

      Hi,

      I am running an JEE benchmark with EAP 6.2 and using a script to call the CLI. There are two scripts to dump out the stats on an EJB and it's endpoint.    Strangely the web service takes less time than the SLSB. Even though the request being processed goes through the web service layer before being invoked on the SLSB.

       

      $ ws-stats.sh; ejb-stats.sh

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      {

          "outcome" => "success",

          "result" => {

              ....

              "total-processing-time" => "38783711",

              ....

          }

      }

      Mon Mar 17 13:43:46 EDT 2014

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      component-class-name=RoadRunnerSession

      ....

      execution-time=43479371

      ....

      Mon Mar 17 13:43:48 EDT 2014

       

      I was expecting the ejb "execution time" deducted from the "total-processing-time" to be a positive number. But it is negative.

      That doesn't make sense to me.

       

      Can you explain why that happens ?

       

      Regards,

      Jeremy