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From Dima Retov <d...@axisway.com>
Subject How stable is tomcat
Date Wed, 01 Nov 2006 18:46:27 GMT
Wednesday, November 1, 2006, 8:19:07 PM, you wrote:

CS> John,

CS> John Gorkos wrote:
>> On Wednesday 01 November 2006 11:58, Christopher Schultz wrote:
>>> John Gorkos wrote:
>>>> I use per-context JNDI handles to
>>>> the same Postgres database for multiple apps running inside tomcat.  Each
>>>> context.xml sets up connection limits, max idle, etc, slightly
>>> differently.
>>>
>>> You said "per-context JNDI handles", not per-context JNDI DataSources.
>>> Where are you defining your datasource? In context.xml, or in server.xml
>>> with additional, per-context configuration in context.xml?
>>>
>>> Can you show us the configuration for your JNDI DataSource, including

How stable is tomcat with Sun's HotSpot JVM 1.5?

Right now we have apache servers that are up for 3 and 4 months.
So I guess apache 1.3 may works for months.

How stable is tomcat against apache or other webservers?

Would tomcat be able to work 1 year without restart?

I ask that because tomcat with eclipse became unstable twice today.
(May be it was happening because of debugging mode of JVM)


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Best regards,
 Dima                            mailto:dima@axisway.com


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