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From rai...@wonko.inow.com
Subject Re: Apache MaxClients vs. what in JK2 configuration?
Date Wed, 13 Oct 2004 16:40:36 GMT
Is the answer to this, that the associated connector on Tomcat's end just
allows as many connections as needed?  And you don't get to (nor want to)
define a max limit?

Thank you,
-Raiden Johnson


On Tue, 12 Oct 2004 raiden@wonko.inow.com wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I currently have one Apache instance talking to one Tomcat instance.
> However, I really want to understand the relationship between
> client connections, because I plan to make this two Apache servers talking
> to one or two Tomcat servers.
>
> In Apache you can configure the maximum number of connections via
> MaxClients?  What is the counterpart for JK2?
>
> If I have two Apache instances (each with 200 MaxClients) talking to one
> Tomcat server, I need to configure Tomcat for 400 maximum connections,
> right?
>
> Where do I do this?  (I can see it for the Coyote connector on 8080, but
> not for the 8009 connector).
>
> Thank you,
> -Raiden Johnson
>
>
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