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From David Jencks <david_jen...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Geronom 2.1.4, Thread Pools are reporting zero usage
Date Wed, 25 Mar 2009 07:24:30 GMT
In particular no one ever got around to getting tomcat to use our  
thread pools, it currently manages its own threads.  It would probably  
be a fairly simple project for someone who knows their way around  
tomcat to get the connectors to use an external thread pool.

thanks
david jencks

On Mar 25, 2009, at 4:02 AM, viola.lu wrote:

>
> In G admin console, there is a monitoring porlet on the left  
> navigation panel
> which can display your local or remote server statistics information  
> such as
> tomcat ajp connector, web connector Transaction Manager or web  
> modules:
> TomcatAJPConnector
> Active Request Count	0
> Busy Threads Current	1
> Busy Threads Max	25
> Busy Threads Min	0
> Bytes Received	0
> Bytes Sent	0
> Error Count	0
> Open Connections Current	0
> Open Connections Max	0
> Open Connections Min	0
> Request Time Count	0
> Request Time MaxTime	0
> Request Time MinTime	0
> Request Time TotalTime	0
>
> TomcatWebConnector
> Active Request Count	0
> Busy Threads Current	4
> Busy Threads Max	6
> Busy Threads Min	0
> Bytes Received	198
> Bytes Sent	689926
> Error Count	1
> Open Connections Current	0
> Open Connections Max	0
> Open Connections Min	0
> Request Time Count	107
> Request Time MaxTime	9578
> Request Time MinTime	0
> Request Time TotalTime	24856
>
> TomcatWebSSLConnector
> Active Request Count	0
> Busy Threads Current	0
> Busy Threads Max	0
> Busy Threads Min	0
> Bytes Received	0
> Bytes Sent	0
> Error Count	0
> Open Connections Current	0
> Open Connections Max	0
> Open Connections Min	0
> Request Time Count	0
> Request Time MaxTime	0
> Request Time MinTime	0
> Request Time TotalTime	0
>
> if you want to set web http connector thread usage, you can edit  
> section
> <module name="org.apache.geronimo.configs/tomcat6/2.1.4/car"> in file
> $g_install_dir/var/config/config.xml ,if you want to set datasource  
> thread
> pool, you can set "Connection Pool Parameters" when create  
> datasource via
> "services"->"Database Pools" , for JMS Resource thread pool , you  
> can set
> "basic configuration setting" for JMS provider, "Connection Pool  
> Parameters"
> for connection factory via "services"->"JMS resources"
>
> Hope it can help you, thanks.
>
>
>
>
> jklcom99 wrote:
>>
>> Thanks Jack,
>>
>> Is there a way that we can check for thread usage in the console?
>>
>>
>> Jack Cai wrote:
>>>
>>> I looked through the code to see how ConnectorThreadPool and
>>> DefaultThreadPool are actually used. It seems that  
>>> ConnectorThreadPool is
>>> used by  
>>> org.apache.geronimo.connector.work.GeronimoWorkManagerGBean in
>>> JCA,
>>> and DefaultThreadPool is used by Jetty and System-database. So their
>>> names
>>> are misleading in some sense. You cannot expect that the
>>> ConnectorThreadPool
>>> has any link with Tomcat's web connector. Hope this helps.
>>>
>>> -Jack
>>>
>>> 2009/3/12 jklcom99 <jeff_k_lu@yahoo.com>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> I'm running 3/2/09 2.1.4-SNAPSHOT.
>>>>
>>>> Geronimo console is reporting zero usages for both  
>>>> ConnectorThreadPool
>>>> and
>>>> DefaultThreadPool even with our application running.
>>>>
>>>> ConnectorThreadPool is set to 30 Max
>>>> DefaultThreadPool is set to 200 min and 500 max
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Thank you
>>>>
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>>>
>>>
>>
>>
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