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From Remy Maucherat <r...@apache.org>
Subject Re: HttpProcessor not recycling connections / bug 5181 ?
Date Fri, 25 Oct 2002 11:21:59 GMT
Graham King wrote:

>     Dear all,
>
>  I'm running Tomcat 4.0.3 with Java 1.4 on Linux, and we are getting
> lots of 'IOException: Connection reset by peer' (see stack trace at
> bottom of mail), which I understand is the user hitting 'stop' or
> closing the window before the load completes.
>
> After several hours of running our server will run out of request
> processors (well actually we put maxProcessors at 1024 so the site falls
> over with 'OutOfMemoryError: unable to create native thread' but that's
> just whilst we try and fix this).
>
> I believe this is because StandardWrapperValve is catching the
> IOException, so it never gets back up to HttpProcessor, so the processor
> never gets recycled.
>
> I saw in a comment right at the bottom of here
> http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=5181 that this is
> fixed in 4.0.4b1, but I could not find any other information about that
> in the release notes, bugzilla or mail list archives.
>
>  We can't use the 4.1.X branch because we symlink to content outside the
> webapp directory and the allowLinking doesn't work for us (in 4.1.12 at
> least).
>
>  So what I am asking is:
>
>  - Does anyone know of a recorded problem with recycling processors in
> 4.0.3 and if so is this definately fixed in later versions of 4.0.X ?
>  And:
>  - Has anyone else experienced something like this and is my analysis
> way off mark ?

Mmmm, yes, it's kinda bogus. A case where a processor wouldn't be 
recycled is if an exception is *not* caught (the thread would get 
killed). There's still a hypothetical bug with recycling of the 
processors that has been reported once in a while, but that no committer 
has ever been able to reproduce, except in conjunction with garbage 
collection peaks.

You should reorganize your setup to make your webapps look like real 
webapps, and upgrade to 4.1.x.

Remy


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