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From Vadim Gritsenko <vadim.gritse...@verizon.net>
Subject Re: 2: Please help! Caching or Threadproblem or what else?
Date Thu, 29 Aug 2002 15:38:41 GMT
Enke, Michael wrote:

>Vadim Gritsenko wrote:
>  
>
>>>That would mean cocoon cann't serve complex xsp's with more than
>>>
>>>      
>>>
>>Why can't? You said that there is delay, that's it. So, it can, but with
>>delay, and only after XSP is modified (AFAIU). What's wrong with it,
>>especially if it is garbage collector cleaning up compilation trees and
>>variables?
>>    
>>
>
>The delay I have only on this sample page I appended to my mail.
>My real xsp makes the system sometimes absolutely hanging, sometimes
>tomcat stops work but without any hint in the logs.
>

Ok, got you.



>It does also not help to call this xsp ones with small data amount
>and the second time with large data amount (giving the amount as request value).
>
>I know the process ID (Linux) of the thread which stops the system.
>Is there any way to know if this thread is the garbage collection thread?
>

Delay in small XSP can be explained as gc, but system hang-up... I 
doubt. StoreJanitor monitors memory state and logs everything to the log 
file - do you see any suspicious activity there? if not, it is not gc issue.


Vadim



>Michael
>



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