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Managing the performance of Revive Adserver.

There are a number of things that you can look at in terms of managing the performance of a Revive Adserver installation.

 


Upgrade to the latest version

If you are not running the latest major release of Revive Adserver, then you may well be missing out on performance improvements that have been released. Consider upgrading your Revive Adserver installation, which is also a good security practice.

Server performance data is essential

If you want to manage the performance of a Revive Adserver installation, then having access to server performance data is essential. Without it, it is impossible to make effective changes to your setup.

In particular, you must have access to graphs that show you:

  • CPU Utilization
  • Memory Utilization / Swap Space Use
  • Disk I/O Performance

The following advice is based on having this information.

High CPU Utilization

In the event that your Revive Adserver installation is on a server that is suffering from high CPU utilization, consider if the following may help:

  • Is the Revive Adserver installation sharing a server with other services? If so, can other services be moved to another server, to all Revive Adserver a greater share of the server's CPU capacity?

High Memory Utilization

In the event that your Revive Adserver installation is on a server that is suffering from high memory utilization, consider if the following may help:

  • Is the Revive Adserver installation sharing a server with other services? If so, can other services be moved to another server, to all Revive Adserver a greater share of the server's memory capacity?

High Disk I/O

In the event that your Revive Adserver installation is on a server that is suffering from high disk I/O, consider if the following may help:

  • Is the Revive Adserver installation sharing a server with other services? If so, can other services be moved to another server, to all Revive Adserver a greater share of the server's disk I/O capabilities?
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