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The default Joget installation comes with minimal performance configuration as it aims to cater for installation on small machines, e.g., a local development PC.


There are many online resources for further tuning, e.g.,

Web Application Server Configuration

Apache Tomcat Configuration


works as a workaround but this is only valid for the session. For permanent configuration, please refer to documentation for the specific distribution, e.g.,

Database Configuration

Database Indexing

Form data tables generated and managed by Joget are prefixed with app_fd. By default, primary keys and foreign keys are automatically generated for these tables where necessary.


It is possible to identify slow queries in MySQL by enabling the slow query log. This helps to identify areas for possible indexing and optimization.

Clustering and Load Balancing

For large scale and high-availability deployments, clustering and load balancing may need to be implemented using the Large Enterprise Edition. A high-level description is as follows:


The database and wflow files (configuration/uploaded files) would also have to be shared from a centralized server.

Logging and Troubleshooting

When running Apache Tomcat, logs are stored in the tomcat_directory/logs directory. In particular, the files joget.logcatalina.out, and localhost.yyyy-MM-dd.log capture information and errors that are generated.


The more information provided, the faster an issue can be identified and resolved.

Backup and Restore

Backup Data

To backup an installation: