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From "Steve Gaunt" <SGa...@emeraldinsight.com>
Subject Tomcat fails to service requests after period of time
Date Wed, 19 Oct 2005 17:51:36 GMT
HI, 

 

Please, can any one help.  I've googled but to no success.

There seems also to be a problem in mod_jk , tomcat5, the  jap connections build up slowly
over the day. 
The problem seems to be that the connection via mod_jk (Port 8009) does 
not close, so the java/tomcat processes 
will not quit after responding to the request (or the other way 
around?). This problem occurs only in 
heavy load situations. After that I see many open socket connections an 
some tomcat processes that will not quit. 

Has any one suffered a similar problem??

these are the worker.property settings

worker.insight.port=8009 
worker.insight.type=ajp13 
worker.insight.cachesize=200 

# worker.insight.cache_timeout=60 
# worker.insight.recycle_timeout=60 
worker.insight.socket_keepalive=1 
worker.insight.socket_timeout=60 

# if the "retries" value is greater than three, 
# there will be a pause of 100 ms between each retry 
# so this would be a good value if your average response 
# time is 1.7 seconds: 
worker.insight.retries=20 


Property for tomcat

<Connector port="8009" address="${jboss.bind.address}" 
enableLookups="false" redirectPort="8443" debug="0" minProcessors="75" 
maxProcessors="200" protocol="AJP/1.3"/>

 

 

Steve


 

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