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Subject Re: Tomcat's scalability
Date Tue, 20 Jun 2006 05:33:04 GMT
I think there is no Tomcat scalability issue. The issue is your application scalability. We
have made an application which be able to install on multiple Tomcats. I think this is the
scalability issue.
See, if you visit, then you visit They are the
same program but on differnt machine. And we can install as many as we can. We have built
the application scalable. There is a database backend behind it. Also the dabase is a database
cluster which is also scalable.  I think this is called scalability. 
So for Tomcat scalability,  you can install many many Tomcats. There is no scalability issue.
Frank Peng.
-----Original Message-----
From: GB Developer <>
To: 'Tomcat Users List' <>
Sent: Mon, 19 Jun 2006 16:40:17 -0500
Subject: RE: Tomcat's scalability

How do you propose to add a 'separate instance of Tomcat' without 'adding a
separate JVM'? 

Or do you/others mean by 'instance of tomcat' = 'a separate physical server
with single instance of JVM/Tomcat' ?

> So far it sounds that the approach of adding separate 
> instance of Tomcat and using round robin is better than 
> adding a separate JVM.

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