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From Rainer Jung <rainer.j...@kippdata.de>
Subject Re: connectionTimeout and reusing Tomcat threads
Date Fri, 28 Jul 2006 20:41:23 GMT
I know this sounds very general, but 1.2.10 is quite antique. First
update to 1.2.18, try again and if your problem is still reproducible,
post your config (workers.properties and Jk* from httpd.conf) and
relevant parts of the mod_jk-Logfile with LogLevel trace.

Also try to relate tcp connection information from netstat using you AJP
port to your thread observations.

Regards,

Rainer

Ramdas.Hegde@seagate.com schrieb:
>  Hello
> 
> I have an application which uses Apache(2.0.53) as the Webserver and
> mod_jk(1.2.10) to forward servlet/jsp requests to Tomcat(5.0) as part of
> the JBoss container - all running on Linux.
> It looks like mod_jk is not reusing the existing connections that it
> establishes with the Tomcat resulting in a large number of Tomcat threads
> which are in KeepAlive state as reported   by the Tomcat console.
> I do not have any timeouts set either on the Apache side or Tomcat side of
> the connector.
> The JBoss/Tomcat 5.0 document states that the default connectionTimeout
> within the AJP 1.3 connector on the Tomcat side is 60 seconds but it does
> not seem to be the case.
> 
> I am trying to force this connectionTimeout to clean up the large number of
> Tomcat threads, but i am not sure if this is the best thing to do.
> Is there anything on the Apache side in the workers.properties that i could
> specify to make sure mod_jk reuses these connections.
> 
> Thanks
> 
> 
> 
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