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From Henri Gomez <henri.go...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat 6 plans (JSP 2.1)
Date Thu, 22 Dec 2005 17:51:56 GMT
2005/12/22, Remy Maucherat <remm@apache.org>:
> Henri Gomez wrote:
> > Well memory is not the only point, faster start and less class to be
> > loaded is also very important for me. In my company we're still using
> > Tomcat 3.3.2 on our production servers (iSeries) since they are quite
> > fast to start and that's very important when you have at the same time
> > not less than 20 or 25 instances of Tomcat starting in its own JVM
> > (one tomcat for a customer since the applications hosted have
> > differents life cycle and constraint).
>
> Did you actually compare memory usage of an JVM instance with 3.3.2 with
> 5.5.14/APR (using APR and AJP will make the thread count much lower
> which should save you a decent amount of memory - see the appropriate
> parameters for the connector) ?


Eh eh APR on 5.5.14 on iSeries need I rebuild the APR/JNI part on 
iSeries and I didn't tried right now (as soon it will be ready, I'll
upload it to JTC or TC areas).

> As for faster start, sorry, there is not much that can be done: the spec
> requires a lot of stuff now, and modern webapps actually tend to do much
> more than Tomcat itself.

Right, but the idea (dream ?) is to be able to remove stuff not needed
for a very basic usage, TC 3.3.2 does that with modules/interceptors
files, TC 5.5.x allow some kind of configuration in its server.xml,
could we goes farther ?

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