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From "Wang Han" <itwang...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Can we slow down the speed of servlet response ?
Date Thu, 17 Apr 2008 04:47:09 GMT
Hi Chris,

In fact I am simulating large number of devices for our network
management application. In reality, the real device takes about
3 minutes to handle request/send back response to app.

I use some plain txt file to compose response in simulated device. It
only need around 3 seconds.

I'm not sure whether it will impact Network management app but I do
want to the simulator as same with real devices as possible, So I
wonder whether we can add delay in tomcat...

Maybe I should use tomcat version 1.0 instead to slow down the response :-)

On Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 10:40 AM, Christopher Schultz
<chris@christopherschultz.net> wrote:
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>  Han,
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>  Wang Han wrote:
>  | But in the servlet side, it handles the request too fast and always
>  | sends response back to app in 30 seconds.
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>  Maybe you should get together with the guys who are always asking about
>  how to optimize Tomcat and get their code to run faster.
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>  Seriously, though.... I don't get it. The server responds too /fast/?
>  How can that be? Why would getting the response /later/ be advantageous?
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>  - -chris
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