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From "Jose Euclides da Silva Junior - DIGR.O" <jose.eucli...@rj.previdenciasocial.gov.br>
Subject RES: Tomcat 3.2 stability
Date Fri, 08 Dec 2000 20:37:06 GMT
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Dear Thomas,
is there any problem if i use TomCat 3.1 under NT 4.0/SP 6.a?
Jackarta's site doesnt write anything about it!!!!
Now, i am developing a small system with this environment....
Best Regards,

José Euclides Júnior
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De:		Amrhein, Thomas [SMTP:tamrhein@debis.com]
Enviada em:		Sexta-feira, 8 de Dezembro de 2000 08:36
Para:		tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Assunto:		AW: Tomcat 3.2 stability

Hi,

we are running tomcat 3.2 with jdk 1.2.2 on linux
and we have no problems.
Except our test tool, which sometimes brakes down when making too heavy
stress tests for hours. :-( and :-)

We had stability problems with tomcat 3.1 on NT Workstation and noticed
the same problems that you have now.
Which NT do you use? NT Workstation or NT Server? And the newest Service
Pack?
There is a known feature, that NT Workstation does not handle more than
six (perhaps a bit more) parallel HTTP-Connections correctly.
The feature is, that you have to use NT Server instead, which is a bit
more expensive or (my opinion) better use a linux system.

regards, 

Thomas


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Von: Matthew Preston [mailto:matthew.p@knowledgeview.co.uk]
Gesendet am: Donnerstag, 7. Dezember 2000 14:36
An: tomcat user
Betreff: Tomcat 3.2 stability

Has anyone noticed any stability problems with the recently relesaed Tomcat
3.2?

The situation:

After running a couple of web apps for ~4 days with light/moderate usage
Tomcat becomes very slow and starts using 100% cpu.  This never happened
with Tomcat 3.1.

This was seen running on a resonably fast P3 computer with 128 megs ram and
NT4 with jdk 1.3.

Is this a known problem?

Cheers,
Matt
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