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From "Bill Barker" <wbar...@wilshire.com>
Subject Re: How to identify busy Tomcat threads
Date Thu, 03 Aug 2006 02:07:23 GMT

<Ramdas.Hegde@seagate.com> wrote in message 
news:OFCBEBADD1.9E3BA0A8-ON882571BF.0004CA5F-882571BF.00052D3C@seagate.com...
>
> When i look at the Tomcat status page via the browser, if it tells me that
> all the threads are busy - but the details of each of the connections
> indicates that these connections are in "k" - keep alive stage. Is there 
> a
> way to tell using this status page or any other method if these Tomcat
> threads are actually being kept busy for keepalive purpose and not by
> requests coming in from the Apache webserver.  I doubt that all the Tomcat
> threads are busy doing useful work since  on the Apache side the number of
> active connections as seen using the server-status page is less than half
> the number of Tomcat threads that are busy.
>

For the AJP/1.3 Connector, The "k" stage means that Tomcat is waiting for 
the next request to be forwarded from Apache.

> Thanks
>
>
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