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From "Colquhoun, Adrian" <Adrian.Colquh...@uk.experian.com>
Subject Using SingleThreadModel under tomcat
Date Thu, 23 Jan 2003 10:59:47 GMT


Hi

I have a stateless servlet application in which I am considering
implementing SingleThreadModel. I note from the archives a number of posts
which suggest that implementing SingleThreadModel will impose a performance
overhead when running under tomcat. Could anyone provide me with a
explanation of how this performance impact comes about and (in relative
terms) the magnitude of this impact versus the potential impact of using
synchronisation blocks to ensure thread safe code ? 

Thanks

Adrian


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