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From tra...@thinkvirtual.com
Subject RE: RE: Re: Is Tomcat 3.1 Production capable???
Date Fri, 22 Sep 2000 17:33:21 GMT
Win2k has been pretty solid all in all.  No other sites we are serving are having issues, ones
using asp or cfm are all fine.  

As for win2k, it's much better that NT was for stability (only have to reboot like once a
week now!  ;-)

So it's gotta be tomcat that's failing.  I couldn't stand it anymore so last night I got the
eval version of jrun 3 and all problems were solved after a bit of configuration.  pretty
solid product.  But it's the price difference that hurts.  

Travis

---- Original Message ----
From: Jack Gavigan <jack.gavigan@db.com>
Sent: 2000-09-22 04:18:56.0
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: RE: RE: Re: Is Tomcat 3.1 Production capable???



>>>It seems to be falling apart at the seams.  Any comments on this?
>>
>>You're using Windows, aren't you....
>
>Yes, win2k.
>
>And the problems just keep getting worse and worse!

And comedy ensued.

>I'm sure it would help to switch to something like Linux, but that's just not in the cards
right now.


Is Win2k flaky in general, or is it just Tomcat that's having problems?





Jack Gavigan


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