Entries Tagged as 'Tuning'

Memory management is the process of recognizing, when allocated objects are no longer needed, deallocating (freeing) the memory used by such objects, and making it available for subsequent allocations. Since ColdFusion is an application server, ColdFusion requires memory management for effective performance improvement.


Many a time, ColdFusion application code is deployed on a network path when your ColdFusion deployments are of large-scale and mandated to use network paths.

After setting up the server for the first time, if there is any performance hit, as the first thing you would want to cross-check few things. One of the things to determine is if there is any network latency.

Though you would have got same network within your organization same as earlier, your OS version also would have changed.

Follow the steps below to see if the performance hit is due to network latency-


Connector tuning is an essential part of setting up a ColdFusion server. There are various configurations in connector that needs to be tuned. Incorrect values may lead to “Service Unavailable” or “Server too busy”. In this blog, we will discuss how to handle such errors caused by incorrect tuning and how to tune the connectors for the site correctly.


In a previous video by Asha from Adobe team,we had discussed the various details about the Apache connector in ColdFusion 10.

In this video , Adobe engineer Kiran talks about configuring IIS with ColdFusion 10


You can find out more about it here


In this blog post we will talk how the CF web server connector (wsconfig) can and perhaps should be tuned relative to your environment.