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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 5735] - HTTP connector running out of processors under heavy load
Date Wed, 20 Feb 2002 21:51:09 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From glenn@apache.org  2002-02-20 21:51 -------
The problem I was having with the Ajp connector looks like it is resolved.
The java -Xmx max memory usage was set too high.  With memory required by
other processes on the system, the JVM would hit a memory usage threshhold
below the -Xmx setting where it would have to start using swap.  Using swap
does not make for efficient GC.

To debug GC problems start the JVM with the -verbose:gc arg.
This doesn't add alot of overhead, or too much logging.  But does
give you alot of valuable information.

The problem I had looks like it is resolved, although I am a bit embarressed
that I didn't find it earlier.  Thanks to all those who assisted.

Now back to the original reported bug with HTTP processors.

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