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From "Kraus, David" <>
Subject RE: axis + tomcat tuning issue
Date Tue, 26 Jun 2007 16:40:34 GMT
Just because your web service doesn't do I/O doesn't mean that no I/O is
going on. Have you checked to see if page faulting is occurring?





From: Gabriela Gheorghe [] 
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2007 1:22 AM
Subject: Re: axis + tomcat tuning issue


Thanks for the reply! 

The problem is not caused by I/O, because my web services do no
operations on the disk. The client is a JMeter instance and  the CPU
load on the client machine is almost nothing (less than 8-10 %). 

So what I am looking for is for tuning some other parameters in Tomcat,
beside heap size and connection timeout. I am still loking for the

All the best,

On 6/25/07, Michele Mazzucco <> wrote:

On 25 Jun 2007, at 19:33, Gabriela Gheorghe wrote:

> The problem is that I cannot run as many / time-consuming requests
> so that
> the processor on the server reaches 100% CPU load. It only reaches 
> 90%, so
> the measurements for throughput that I need to obtain by this testing,
> cannot be too relevant; I want 100% of the CPU working.
Are you sure that the bottleneck is not the client? 

> So my question would be - why is 10% of the CPU idle ?

Couldn't it be because of I/O?


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