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Oracle WebLogic Server 11g Administration Handbook by Sam Alapati

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Tuning the Network I/O

There are several things you can configure to speed up the network communications between clients and servers. Following are the key network I/O-related aspects that you can configure.

Tuning the Muxers

As you learned in Chapter 1, muxers read incoming requests on a server, and there are two types of muxers: native muxers and Java muxers. WebLogic Server recommends that you use the native muxer, which is the default muxer type. You can configure the server to use native muxers by going to Environment | Servers | Configuration | Tuning and selecting the Enable Native IO check box. If you're using native muxers, there's no need to configure the number of socket readers—the server takes care of that for you. If you happen ...

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