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From "Martin Gainty" <>
Subject Re: Problem with next error during login: Number of simultaneous users reached
Date Tue, 25 Jul 2006 15:13:01 GMT
MaxThreads is a configuration Specific to the connector 

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jan Line" <>
To: "Tomcat Users List" <>
Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2006 10:03 AM
Subject: Re: Problem with next error during login: Number of simultaneous users reached

> Andrew,
>  I have read your pointed link and now I am able to check the number of active
>  sessions for our application. I cannot modify anything on the target machine
>  but the ant tool was already installed so we prepared a build.xml file with a project
with default target list (using the example provided on the link) and we got this useful info:
>  Before trying to login:
>      [list] /mywebapp:running:0:mywebapp
>  This time we couldnt get the expected and the login was successful, then we ran
>  again ant:
>      [list] /mywebapp:running:1:mywebapp
>  and this time seems that we have 1 active session. Then we logout and ran again
>  the ant which is still giving 1 active session. Do you know if this session remains
>  active till session-timeout? The session-timeout for this app is defined in web.xml
>  to 10 (which we assume is 10 minutes).
>  Finally we got the error and this time the ant output was:
>   [list] /mywebapp:running:2:mywebapp
>  so it seems that when we have 2 active sessions we reach the maximum
>  number of simultaneous users, but we saw that maxusers=20 in web.xml file for this web
app, do you understand  why we are getting the error?
>  On the other side we saw that it does exist another manager task which is sessions
>  that gives a stats of the sessions for a web app, but we dont know how to prepare
>  a build.xml file with this target, could you point us how to do it?
>  Thanks again,
> Andrew Miehs <> wrote:
> Hash: SHA1
> This is per default installed with Tomcat 5.0
> You will need to add a role to tomcat/conf/users.xml
> Regards
> Andrew
> On 25/07/2006, at 2:51 PM, Jan Line wrote:
>> Thanks Leon for the pointer. I see that lambdaprobe may help with 
>> our issue.
>> But we cannot install this new application because our production 
>> environment
>> is very concerned about new tools. That is the reason we are 
>> trying to get some
>> info with solaris tools. We are limited but for the moment is the 
>> only toolkit
>> we may use.
>> See you,
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