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From "Anthony E." <apwebdes...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: 1 java thread and 5 httpd threads?
Date Tue, 16 Jan 2001 16:40:47 GMT
I'm using Linux 6.2 and FreeBSD 4.1, neither
installation shows more than one thread.

I tried "top" too on the new install, which still only
shows 1 process, vs. mutliple threads


--- Matthew Cordes <mcorde61@maine.edu> wrote:
> ps doesn't really show threads... it displays
> processes.  A single 
> process can be made up of 1 or more threads. 
> Depending upon your 
> os ps may display each thread as a process or not as
> this depends 
> how threading is implemented in the kernel.  AFAIK
> linux make use 
> of the mini-process idea in that each thread is
> handled as a very 
> special process and should appear in ps as such.  If
> you are using 
> a different os, e.g. dec alpha it is not uncommon to
> see only 1 
> java process even though you are making use of more
> than 1 thread.
> 
> If you are using linux I would be a little worried
> (and perhaps 
> someone else will know how to fix this), if not
> don't sweat it.
> 
> -matt
> 
> On Tue, Jan 16, 2001 at 07:26:04AM -0800, Anthony E.
> wrote:
> > I recently re-installed cocoon on two new servers
> that
> > I have, everything seems to be working fine,
> except
> > that they are extremely slow when multiple users
> > access an xsp file at the same time.
> > 
> > I did a "ps -x", and there is only 1 "java"
> thread,
> > and 5 "httpd" threads....on my old server, there
> would
> > be the same number of "java" and "httpd" threads.
> > 
> > Could this be causing the slowness?
> > Where do I set the number of java threads to equal
> the
> > same as httpd?
> > 
> > Thanks
> > 
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