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From Valery Brasseur <vbrass...@laposte.net>
Subject Re: Some benchmarks
Date Mon, 05 Mar 2001 11:50:11 GMT


cmanolache@yahoo.com wrote:
> 
> > I need to choose for my company the "next generation" servlet-engine.
> > For now we are using JRUN. I am doing benchmark to choose the next one.
> > choices for me are : JRUN, RESIN... not Tomcat as it is considered not
> > stable
> > and slow compare to the two others...
> 
> What version of tomcat did you test ?
today I test 3.3-M1, the version which was considered slow is the 
version 6 months ago and should be a 3.0 or 3.1
what is a good version for now ? 3.3 or 4.0 ?
> 
> Tomcat 3.3 should be close to Jrun and resin as speed - probably
> in 20..30% range.
what about tuning ? is there any docs or something like this I could try
?
> 
> Again - it can serve servlets and Jsps faster than Apache1.3
> is serving static files - if Apache is fast enough for you,
> tomcat will not be the problem.
> 
> ( assuming of course the right VM and configuration :-)
> 
> > In these tests JRUN and Resin perform equally. Tomcat is get out of
> > memory, is slow compared to the other and sometimes even crashed the
> > JVM.
> 
> Crashing the VM is a VM problem :-)
in a way YES ;-) but what I can't understand is why Tomcat is crashing
the JVM and not Resin for eg. !
where is the difference ?

> 
> Regarding memory usage - tomcat 3.3 creates about 10 objects per
> request ( compared with few hundreds in 3.1 ).
> 
> Costin
> 
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