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From "Wayne Chang" <>
Subject RE: Does Tomcat is OK?
Date Thu, 19 Jun 2003 09:45:16 GMT
Hi Reynir,

I'm currently in the process of load testing my application.  How do you
think I should do it?  I'm currently using OpenSTA.

Best regards,

Wayne Chang
Pacific Northwest Software
Mobile:     (978) 869-3446

-----Original Message-----
From: Reynir Hübner []
Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2003 6:27 PM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: RE: Does Tomcat is OK?


Performance of such application is more or less based on how it's
implemented, and the hardware it runs on.
Tomcats performance is quite good in comparison with other servlet/jsp
containers.  It's also reliable, so I cant see a reason for you not to use

If you will have 150 users all banging on the application at the same second
you might have to increase maxProcessors attribute in server.xml to handle
at least 150 concurrent requests with 150 threads, but usually 150 users is
not much.

Hope it helps

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Cui Xiaojing-a13339 []
> Sent: 19. júní 2003 08:28
> To:
> Subject: Does Tomcat is OK?
> Hello All,
> We need to develop a data lookup application. The maximum
> concurrent users number could reach 150. That means there
> will be 150 users access the application and fetch data from
> backgroud database at the same time. The data that each user
> get only has 5k. We donot use session to keep this data, but
> directly display to user. Now the solution that we use is
> Window 2000 Server + Tomcat 4.2.24+JDK1.4.1. Could you please
> give us some suggestion about if the Tomcat solution can be
> used to develop the application.  Thanks a lot.
> Regards,
> Xiaojing
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