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What is the maximum users we can go in weblogic and Oracle?

what is the maximum users we can go in weblogic and Oracle

lets see we have appclaition(java) runs on weblogic and backend os oracle

what are the maximum users i can use?
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Do you mean simultaneous processes from one user?
As much as the system load will tolerate. This is a matter of available memory, process slots, and I/O resources.

Do you mean different simultaneous usernames?
The comment above applies about resources, plus there is an upper limit to the number of usernames a UNIX system can have. Ex Solaris 10 allows 65000 usernames by default.

I think maybe you misunderstand. Weblogic runs as a user and creates processes that connect into oracle. So the oracle kernel has to deal with how many simultaneous users in any case. Oracle scales very well but there are limits to performance.

Guessing you are trying to do some preliminary work on setting up a weblogic server.
Anything like this requires a lot of information - number of users, kinds of transactions and so on. The list is not small.

When you ask a question, giving us the OS, system hardware configuration (memory, disk, etc) is the base requirement. I worked in a place that runs weblogic on servers that are separate from the oracle kernel, for example. We had 500-700 users online.

So in reality there is no decent answer to the questions as asked. Sorry.
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hi

Hi Friend

Thanks a lot for your reply.

My quesitons is . i have web applciation that runs on weblogic and database resides on oracle.
so question from client is how many maximum users can create in my application.

OS is SUN Solaris
does it depend on no of processors in oracle


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Do you mean simultaneous processes from one user?
As much as the system load will tolerate. This is a matter of available memory, process slots, and I/O resources.

Do you mean different simultaneous usernames?
The comment above applies about resources, plus there is an upper limit to the number of usernames a UNIX system can have. Ex Solaris 10 allows 65000 usernames by default.

I think maybe you misunderstand. Weblogic runs as a user and creates processes that connect into oracle. So the oracle kernel has to deal with how many simultaneous users in any case. Oracle scales very well but there are limits to performance.

Guessing you are trying to do some preliminary work on setting up a weblogic server.
Anything like this requires a lot of information - number of users, kinds of transactions and so on. The list is not small.

When you ask a question, giving us the OS, system hardware configuration (memory, disk, etc) is the base requirement. I worked in a place that runs weblogic on servers that are separate from the oracle kernel, for example. We had 500-700 users online.

So in reality there is no decent answer to the questions as asked. Sorry.
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