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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 21983] - Coyote JK2 connector ignores Accept count property
Date Wed, 30 Jul 2003 03:24:49 GMT
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Coyote JK2 connector ignores Accept count property

william.barker@wilshire.com changed:

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------- Additional Comments From william.barker@wilshire.com  2003-07-30 03:24 -------
Yes, it should allow you to set the acceptCount.  However, the benefit of doing 
so is really really tiny.  (I'm assuming the pre-fork MPM, because it is easier 
to explain:  the other MPMs work similarly however.)  What happens is that each 
Apache child is connected to a single Tomcat thread.  When the Tomcat thread 
finishes the request, it won't go back to the ServerSocket:  It will wait until 
it's Apache child sends it another request.  The only thing that the 
acceptCount would help is the case where Apache suddenly needs to create a 
large number of new children (and even then, you'd probably need a pretty beefy 
box to see a failure).

For what you want, you need to configure the "backlog" in Apache.

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