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From "Henri Gomez" <henri.go...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Serious mod_jk performance issue
Date Sun, 17 Dec 2006 18:41:53 GMT
> All in all I think that throughput for huge files is very good in both
> cases. I would expect, that most often it would be much more intersting
> to inspect scalability and system load (cpu/memory) for massive
> concurrency. When serving large files, downloads will run a long time
> because most often the client side of the connection is not a fat line.
> As a result users will add up in parallel, so one might need to serve a
> few thousands of users.

Yes if we could be able to determine the cpu/mem load of a tomcat
instance in a tomcat group it will help construct a tru load-balancing
system.

Any ideas how we could grab such informations in a portable way from Java ?

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