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From Alex79 <asoar...@gmail.com>
Subject RE: Problem with session
Date Mon, 08 Oct 2007 21:40:15 GMT

Thanks Chuck, I'll check out for a call to the invalidate method of the
session. I'll also give a try to the maxKeepAliveRequests, sounds like a
good call to me. I read about it in the doc, it says that if there are more
than 100 (default value as you mentionned) unprocessed queries in the
pipeline, the server closes the connection. Is this for one client or for
the whole server? What impact does it have on one session?

Here's all the version info:
Tomcat Version | JVM Version | JVM Vendor | OS Name | OS Version | OS
Architecture 
Apache Tomcat/5.0.25 | 1.6.0_01-b06 | Sun Microsystems Inc. | Windows XP |
5.1 | x86 

I saw some info on max thread also, could it be the cause? One thing I said
in my first post that I did not exagerate, the server does receive a LOT of
requests per second.

Than you again.


Caldarale, Charles R wrote:
> 
>> From: Alex79 [mailto:asoares1@gmail.com] 
>> Subject: RE: Problem with session
>> 
>> Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_01-b06)
> 
> That's a couple of updates old, but very unlikely to be an issue.
> 
>> When the problem occurs, I see a WARN level message that 
>> says that there is no header (custom info stored by the 
>> webapp) in session (managed by tomcat I guess)
> 
> Yes, that does sound like a Tomcat-managed session.  Is there any chance
> your webapp is calling the invalidate() method for the session?
> 
> You could always define a session listener for your webapp and have it
> log the comings and goings of each session.
> 
>> Where can I find the exact tomcat version?
> 
> It's usually part of the name of the installation directory.  It can be
> found by running the version.bat script, or looking on Tomcat's status
> page (http://<host>:<port>/manager/status).
> 
>  - Chuck
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