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From David kerber <dcker...@verizon.net>
Subject Re: Windows or Linux as Tomcat server?
Date Mon, 18 Jun 2007 12:01:55 GMT
I have no hard stats to back me up, but I doubt you'll see a significant 
difference in performance as long as the hardware spec is the same.  Our 
Tomcat app on Windows 2000 runs for months between restarts, and even 
then the restarts are for OS or application updates, not for Tomcat 
problems.  Once I got the memory leaks out of my app, I've had no issues 
with memory usage.  A client of ours that runs the app on windows 2003  
has had the same experience.

D

Roger wrote:
> Hello there!
>
> At our office we use Windows 2003 as Tomcat server. For several 
> clients we
> need to install new servers at an ISP, and we have the choice of using 
> Linux
> or Windows. As performance is more and more of an issue, we are wondering
> whether Tomcat will perform better on Linux.
>
> - What are your experiences?
> - We see that Tomcat uses more and more memory over time on our Windows
> servers. Is that the same on Linux?
> - Do you have (links to) objective tests or reviews that I can look at?
>
> I have found this one, but would like to see some more tests...
> http://www.webperformanceinc.com/library/reports/windows_vs_linux_part2/index.html 
>
>
> Roger
>



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