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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: MaxThreads <-> max. users ?
Date Wed, 30 Apr 2008 15:31:23 GMT
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Stephanie,

Stephanie Wullbieter wrote:
| Could You please tell me what exact a "request" is?
|
| Does it mean that when I have e.g. MaxThreads=20, 100 users can use
| my webapp if only 20 of them at the same time request data from the
| webapp and the others drink coffee?

Exactly. A request is when the client makes a connection to the web
server and issues an HTTP request (like GET /index.html). While that
request is being processes (typically a very short amount of time), one
of the threads configured above is busy handling the request. After the
request has been handled, the thread goes back to sleep to wait for
another request to come on.

| Is it the same when i have session based sso login?

Sessions, SSO, etc. do not affect this behavior.

- -chris
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