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From Upayavira ...@upaya.co.uk>
Subject Re: Jetty included w/ Cocoon
Date Tue, 23 Dec 2003 20:44:35 GMT
beyaRecords - The home Urban music wrote:

> So chaps,
> is jetty a better proposition than tomcat?

In my installation, Tomcat failed regularly (every day or two). Jetty 
fails only when the processor can't cope (bad design of my Cocoon app).

Regards, Upayavira

>
>
> Uzo
> On 23 Dec 2003, at 19:20, Tony Collen wrote:
>
>> Litrik De Roy wrote:
>>
>>> Mark Lundquist wrote:
>>>
>>>> Right now, for development, I'm running Cocoon  2.1.2 inside the 
>>>> Jetty that comes included w/ the Cocoon distro.  Somewhere, I read 
>>>> something that gave me the impression that this Jetty is somehow 
>>>> stripped down, or otherwise not production-ready.
>>>>
>>>> Someone must know — is there any reason why I should not use the 
>>>> Jetty included w/ Cocoon in a production setting?
>>>>
>>> At the office, we have been using the Jetty included in Cocoon for 
>>> quite some time now as our production server. It is not exactly a 
>>> high-volume site, but Jetty handles the load perfectly. It is very 
>>> stable and reliable. And it was VERY easy to set up.
>>> I'm so glad we got rid of Tomcat....
>>
>>
>> Yep... Jetty has treated me well... it is very stable.  Have you 
>> played with "Jetty Plus" yet?  The JNDI Datasource pooling looks 
>> interesting and useful.
>>
>>
>>
>> Tony
>>
>>>> Thanks  a lot,
>>>> Mark Lundquist
>>>>
>>
>>
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