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From "Bill Barker" <>
Subject Re: maxProcessors vs maxThreads
Date Tue, 20 Jan 2004 07:15:33 GMT
Oh, come on, get real :).  The Jk-Coyote docs are probably second to the
mod_jk2 docs for being the most incomplete.  While (as Remy has stated), you
can perfectly happily set this on the Connector, the syntax

"Shapira, Yoav" <> wrote in message


>thanks yoav, i noticed that but then does that mean that there is no
>method to specify max threads/processors for the coyote ajp connector?
>that sounds a bit strange....

If it's not documented, then there's no configurable way to do it.  Of
course, you can always subclass/extend a connector just like any other
tomcat element to add the behavior you want.

>how does tomcat behave with the ajp connector? does it indefinitely
>threads to handle requests until it bombs out of memory? or is there
>behaviour as specified by the acceptcount/max processors for the http
>connector buried in the code of the ajp connector that can't be

I don't use the AJP connector, so I can't answer that one, but the code
is open for you to inspect at your leisure...

Yoav Shapira

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