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From Nicholas Sushkin <nsush...@openfinance.com>
Subject Fwd: Re: Make Tomcat run slow
Date Sun, 08 Apr 2007 00:38:01 GMT
If you only want to slow down the network connection to test how your 
application would behave on a slow link, I can recommend Charles reverse 
proxy. It's an inexpensive Java tool I use in debugging my web 
applications. Among other amazing things, it can "slow down" or "throttle" 
your connection, making your application appear slow to the client without 
slowing down the whole machine. Take a look at 
http://www.xk72.com/charles/wiki/bandwidth_throttle

ps. I am not affiliated, just a happy user.

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Subject: Re: Make Tomcat run slow
Date: Saturday 07 April 2007 08:52
From: "L.W. van Braam van Vloten" <lucas2@dds.nl>
To: Tomcat Users List <users@tomcat.apache.org>

Thanks for this reply!

Shankar Unni wrote:
 > * Renice these make-work processes so that they are at the highest
 > priority (not real-time, though, or you'll have to reboot your box :-);
 > and renice the Tomcat so that it's at the lowest priority.

Unfortunately this will not work:
- I can not modify the code for my webservice
- I need to slow down only my own implementation om Tomcat, and most
definately not the entire machine! I am not by far the only user of this
machine, my entire company depends on it :)

Besides, I have no idea how to renice a process on a modern iSeries so
that it runs unimaginably slow...

Greetings, Lucas

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