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From Paul Libbrecht <p...@activemath.org>
Subject Re: Many Tomcat Processes on Server ?!?!?
Date Wed, 02 Jun 2010 14:39:34 GMT
This is impressive, I had this in any Linux I've been using: SuSE,  
Ubuntu, Debian, Mandrake, ...
Maybe there's some modern JDK with a modern Linux where it doesn't  
happen?
It surely is not one process per thread though.

paul


Le 02-juin-10 à 16:29, Michael Kuhlmann a écrit :

> Am 02.06.2010 16:13, schrieb Paul Libbrecht:
>> Is your server Linux?
>> In this case this is very normal.. any java application spawns many  
>> new
>> processes on linux... it's not exactly bound to threads  
>> unfortunately.
>
> Uh, no. New threads in Java typically don't spawn new processes on  
> OS level.
>
> I never had more than one tomcat process on any Linux machine. In  
> fact,
> if there was more than one because a previous Tomcat hadn't shut down
> correctly, the new process wouldn't respond to HTTP requests.
>
> 55 Tomcat processes shouldn't be normal, at least not if that's what  
> "ps
> aux" responds.


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