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From "David Rees" <dr...@greenhydrant.com>
Subject Re: SunONE versus Tomcat performance
Date Fri, 30 Jul 2004 22:46:42 GMT
David Wall wrote:
>
>  It is worth noting that Sun Java Web Server has better performance than
> Apache Tomcat; you can learn more about this from Sun Java Web Server vs.
> Apache/Tomcat Benchmarks.
>
> The link to the KeyLabs report is at
> http://www.keylabs.com/results/sun/SunONEFinalReport_Solaris.pdf
>
> Why would SunONE be anywhere from 2 to 5 times faster than Tomcat?
>
> They also suggest that Tomcat would start to show errors when loading 200
> users at a time, whereas SunONE could handle up to 500 users without any
> errors.

It's hard to say why the Apache/Tomcat combination would not perform as
well as SunONE (which I am not familar with), but without more details of
the Apache/Tomcat configuration it's too difficult to say.

Has anyone independantly tested SunONE compared to Apache/Tomcat?

-Dave


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