A you can see there is a HUGE time to let Tomcat/ACS boot (~ 5 mins) Then, once reached the login Share form, OTHER 1'30" seconds to get the into GUI.
From this moment on, the behavious seems ALMOST resonable. Switching between various site, does not take much time. Opening pdf or odf documents behave normally The system memory usage, keeps about on 3 GB
The main bottleneck (considering we are using a SDD) SEEMS to be the cpu The RAM quantity seem not to be the limiting factor of the test.
I BELIEVE that, ONCE the server is started, and ACS + Share has been loaded, the cpu performance should not reach the stres limit again
-On x86 hardware, how long are the Tomcat/ACS boot time + Share time ? -Is there a better way to perorm a test (sorry, no docker on Raspy) to compare the result with classical amd64 install ? -Looking at the response time of "normal operations", how does it seems compare with "average" wait time on x86 ? -Is it possibile to increase performace, using more cached RAM Current JAVA_OPTS are: JAVA_OPTS="-XX:+DisableExplicitGC -XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -Djava.awt.headless=true -Dalfresco.home=/opt/alfresco -XX:ReservedCodeCacheSize=128m $JAVA_OPTS " JAVA_OPTS="-Xms512M -Xmx15250M $JAVA_OPTS " # java-memory-settings