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From Berin Loritsch <blorit...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Possible points of scalibility issues
Date Thu, 14 Feb 2002 14:29:05 GMT
Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:
> Berin Loritsch wrote:
> 
>>I have been performing some performance analysis of the Avalon Excalibur code, and
I discovered
>>some serious points of thread contention.  In a web environment, there can be as many
as 150
>>threads (or more) if the web server uses simple thread per connection technology
>>(most common aproach for Java based servers like Tomcat).  I expanded the Profile
tests to work
>>using 100 threads.  The default pooling implementation has some serious slowdown due
to thread
>>contention.
>>
> 
> Berin, I spent several *months* finetuning the thread-pool code that was
> used in Apache JServ 1.0 (and is still there, used in both IBM WebSphere
> and Oracle Application Server). I remember that I got a report from
> Alcatel that they were using it with loads up to 12000 req/sec.

:)  And how many *threads* running simultaneously?

Remember, Requests/Second != cuncurrent threads

Apache HTTPD in it's default configuration will run up to 150 processess,
and when there are more connections than processess, it will make further
requests wait.

12000 req/sec translates to 12.5 ms/request with 150 processes/threads.
It also translates to 41.6ms/request with 500 processes/threads.

(In another mail I will post my formula for scaling requirements)



> Guess that if you need something clean and scalable, that's the way to
> go :)
> 
> [I proposed this a while back but you and Peter tought it was too
> complex.... but I still like mine more :) but I'm biased]

( Aren't we all ;P )

I think the implementations we have now fit that bill--clean and scalable.
The question remains about the ECM itself yet.  I haven't had time to write
the profiling tests yet.


-- 

"They that give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety
  deserve neither liberty nor safety."
                 - Benjamin Franklin


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