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From micael <>
Subject [OT]Re: TOMCAT memory usage : how to manage and benchmark ?
Date Mon, 28 Oct 2002 18:56:32 GMT
What operating system do you prefer, Pier?

At 01:31 PM 10/28/2002 +0000, you wrote:
>"" <> wrote:
> > So,
> >
> > My first question is : why tomcat use all the memory while there is no
> > users connected (or just one) ?
>The JVM allocates chunks of memory (see the -Xmx and -Xms flags by invoking
>"java -X") and manages them... So, one user, 100 users, same thing...
> > My second question is : how much memory is needed if I want to use tomcat
> > with many users (500, 1000,...) ?
>On a 5 millions hits/day server (not running Tomcat, another servlet
>container since Tomcat doesn't work for us), we have the VM starting with 1
>Gigs of RAM ("java -server -Xmx 1024m -Xms 1024m ...") but we use half of it
>(roughly) to cache data from the DB...
> > I already read in the forum Tomcat don't manage the memory, it is the
> > JVM... so why the jvm use so many processes ?
>Those are _not_ processes, they are threads... Use a decent operating system
>that supports them nicely (not Linux) and you'll see the difference (how
>many times do I have to repeat this?)... Linux sucks :-(
>     Pier
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