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From nodje <nodje...@gmail.com>
Subject Optimizing Tomcat with Http11NioProtocol?
Date Mon, 29 Dec 2008 08:57:14 GMT

Hi,

we are still using 5.5.12 in production and our users are facing increasing
delays with their requests (like way too long by now already).
While we are not entirely sure about what's causing this (database vs Java
application), we suppose it comes from the Java application (the database
server never seems to be under stress).
The CPU of the Tomcat machine doesn't seem too busy either.

Providing it comes from the Java application side (by the way, any tips on
how to precisely identify that is more than welcome), and providing that the
problems come from too many requests, would Http11NioProtocol help Tomcat
speed up the execution? 
It seems worth trying Http11NioProtocol before going for clustering+load
balancing. Any advice on the matter?

Also we think that request that cannot b served in the reasonable time
should be refused. Taking into account the described behaviour with the
default maxThreads=150 and acceptCount =100 values, shouldn't we decrease
the acceptCount?
Moreover the CPU on the Tomcat machine doesn't seem too busy. Is it a sign
that we can increase maxThreads?

Tomcat is on a Windows 32bits machine, so even though the machine has 4Gb of
RAM, the MAX -Xmx size  that we can be used seems to be around 1200Mb. Would
a 64bits OS automatically allows for more memory usage?

A lot of questions I know, but facing big problems like we are now, we want
to try anything possible to quickly relieve the pain from using the
application!

thanks to anyone providing advice
-nodje
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