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From "Bill Barker" <>
Subject Re: Initial test of APR on Solaris
Date Tue, 03 May 2005 14:31:59 GMT

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Remy Maucherat" <>
To: "Tomcat Developers List" <>
Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2005 1:43 AM
Subject: Re: Initial test of APR on Solaris

>Bill Barker wrote:
>> Yeah, that works for me as well.  My problem now is that the APRized HTTP
>> Connector dies about 70% of the way through a test when I use the 
>> HTTPClient
>> option in JMeter.  A thread-dump shows all of the Workers waiting, and 
>> the
>> Poller polling, but nothing is happening.  It's a bit happier when I
>There's not much wrong with that situation, since it's a bit hard to tell 
>what the client is doing. Maybe it's the 62 sized poller causing trouble if 
>running on Windows (you should get a message about that), in which case 
>you'd need to build APR from scratch. Is the Acceptor thread still 
>accepting and giving that to the workers ?

Only JMeter is running on Windows, and yes, the Acceptor is still accepting. 
I'm guessing it's a JMeter problem, since it's just too consistant.

>> restrict maxThreads, but it still doesn't finish.  The Java HTTP 
>> Connector
>> finishes the test fine.
>> Not using the HTTPClient option works Ok, but the actual concurrency 
>> level
>> is much lower.
>It's hard to tell what is going wrong. Is there logging showing attempted 
>requests and failure codes ?

Interestingly, the non-HTTPClient option never seems to get above ~62 


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