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Access Server Performance Tuning - Oracle Access Manager (OAM 10g)/COREid 10.1.4 (Doc ID 404912.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 01, 2019

Applies to:

COREid Access - Version 10.1.4 to
COREid Identity - Version 10.1.4 to
Information in this document applies to any platform.
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The purpose of this note is to address some consideration for Access Server Performance Tuning.

This note is part of the following Master Note that does address all Performance Tuning Recommendation.

<Note 404902.1> Master Note: Tuning Consideration for Performance Enhancement - Oracle Access Manager (OAM) /COREid 10.1.4


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In this Document
 Access Server Performance Tuning
 1.    Configuring Password Validation by the Access Server
 1.1    The ObCredValidationByAS Parameter
 2.    Changing the Number of Request Queues and Threads
 2.1    About Threads and Queues
 2.2    Estimating the Current Number of Threads
 2.3    Estimating the Required Number of Threads and Queues
 3.    Performance Considerations when Using ObMyGroups
 4    Limiting the Number of Authorization Queries from WebGate

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