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From Harry Mantheakis <ha...@mantheakis.freeserve.co.uk>
Subject Re: Running heavily loaded tomcat sites.
Date Thu, 10 Feb 2005 10:20:38 GMT
The 'LD_ASSUME_KERNEL' setting was needed with Red Hat 9. I'm on FC3 now and
it seems to be working fine *without* having to specify LD_ASSUME_KERNEL.

Actually, I could swear (though I have no metrics) that FC3 is running my
Java stuff much faster than RH9 did with a forced LD_ASSUME_KERNEL setting.

Your suggestion to avoid using the Java 'new' keyword is interesting, and I
believe I know what you're getting at - but I think you should expand on it,
perhaps with some specific pointers. It seems to leave too much to the
imagination at the moment :-)

As an example, in my application all the 'action objects' that handle
requests are singletons - instantiated at start-up, and handed out as needed
at runtime. But you have to be careful with that approach - instance
variables are a complete no-no.

HTH

Harry Mantheakis

> Hello,
> 
> I have collected my experiences with running a heavily loaded (and soon
> to be high availability) tomcat setup in a paper available here:
> http://brandlay.com/wojtek/publ/tomcat.jsp
> Have a look if you're interested and please email any comments directly
> to my email.
> 
> Thanks!


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