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From Lukáš Vlček <lukas.vl...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Jetty, Tomcat or JBoss?
Date Sat, 17 Apr 2010 11:17:53 GMT
Hi,

may be you should be aware that JBoss AS is using Tomcat for web container
(with modified classloader), so if your web application is running inside
JBoss AS then it is in fact running in Tomcat.
I don't think Solr uses JEE technologies provided by JEE Application server
(JMS, Transaction services, pooling services, clustered EJB... etc...). All
it requires is web container AFAIK. This being said it will always take
longer for application server to start and it will require more resources as
opposed to lightweight web container.

Regards,
Lukas

On Sat, Apr 17, 2010 at 11:08 AM, Andrea Gazzarini <
andrea.gazzarini@atcult.it> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I have a web application which is basically a (user) search interface
> towards SOLR.
> My index is something like 7GB and has a lot of records so apart other
> things like optiming SOLR schema, config ,clustering etc... I'd like to keep
> SOLR installation as light as possible.
> At the moment my SOLR instance is running under JBoss but I saw that
> running under the bundled Jetty it takes a very little amount of memory (at
> least at startup and after one hour of usage)
>
> So my questions is: since SOLR is using JEE web components what are the
> drawback of using the following architecture?
>
> -My Application (Full JEE application with web components and EJB) on
> JBoss;
> - SOLR on Jetty or Tomcat
>
> Having said that and supposing that the idea is good, what are the main
> differences / advantages / disadvamtages (from this point of view) between
> Tomcat and Jetty?
>
> Best Regards,
> Andrea
>
>

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