Wednesday Oct 16, 2013

EPM Infrastructure Tuning Guide v11.1.2.2 /

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One of the most challenging aspects of performance tuning is knowing where to begin. To maximize Oracle EPM System performance, all components need to be monitored, analyzed, and tuned. This guide describe the techniques used to monitor performance and the techniques for optimizing the performance of EPM components.


Performance tuning Oracle Hyperion EPM system is a complex and iterative process. To get you started, we have created a list of recommendations to help you optimize your Oracle Hyperion EPM system performance.

This chapter includes the following sections that provide a quick start for performance tuning Oracle EPM products. Note these performance tuning techniques are applicable to nearly all Oracle EPM products such as Financial PM Applications, Essbase, Reporting and Foundation services.

1. Tune Operating Systems parameters.
2. Tune Oracle WebLogic Server (WLS) parameters.
3. Tune 64bit Java Virtual Machines (JVM).
4. Tune 32bit Java Virtual Machines (JVM).
5. Tune HTTP Server parameters.
6. Tune HTTP Server Compression / Caching.
7. Tune Oracle Database Parameters.
8. Tune Reporting And Analysis Framework (RAF) Services.
9. Tune Oracle ADF parameters.

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Monday Oct 14, 2013

Essbase Best Practice: Essbase Security File Auto Backup Intervals

By default, Essbase will automatically backup the Essbase security file, Essbase.sec, every 300 seconds (5 minutes). Most customers find the frequency of the default backup interval overhead to be unnecessary given their security update needs. It is recommended to change the default setting before the “build” and “go-live” phases to have better Essbase.sec file backups proportionally spaced between backups and improve overhead.

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