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From Peter Lin <>
Subject Re: Tomcat 5.5.4 Stability
Date Thu, 18 Nov 2004 16:13:48 GMT
which tool are you using to stress test?  perhaps try a different tool
to double check? when I test, I like to use apache ab and jmeter to
validate the results.  I'm a bit paranoid when it comes to telling
management, "the server will handle X traffic" :)


On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 11:18:07 -0500, Vy Ho <> wrote:
> I didn't use the default configuration.  The app. ran fine with 200
> client threads.  When increased to 300 client threads, it went out of
> memory and I stopped it.  So, after that, I increased the maxthread to
> 400, and give the server 512 M for max amount of memory.  The app. then
> ran fine.  However, go to work, and restart the computer at work.  I run
> the same thing again, 200 client threads choke the server.  It did not
> go down, but client application get connection refused.  If restart the
> client, it would be able to connect again.  So, I am not sure what's the
> problem.  Something to do with network, I am not sure.  This is not a
> slow machine either.  2.53 Ghz, Pentium 4.  I also use its real IP
> versus localhost, but same problem. The set up of the application is
> identical.  I am talking about copy and unzip the things to make sure
> exactly same stuff get run.   Both run version of JDK1.5.  I have to
> find out what's going on now.
> >It's not very clear to me: did you use the default configuration or
> >not ? If you didn't, what are the results with the default
> >configuration ? (I'm trying to get an overview of what you did, and
> >get comparison data to be able to make configuration recommendations
> >in the future)
> >
> >
> >
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