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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: acceptCount in Tomcat 5.x and 6.x?
Date Thu, 02 Apr 2009 15:27:14 GMT
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Jim,

On 4/2/2009 11:08 AM, Jim Goodspeed wrote:
> Does the acceptCount setting that is part of the AJP connector in the
> server.xml file still exist in Tomcat 5.x and Tomcat 6.x?

It does not appear to be available at these levels.

> I see a lot of references to it in Tomcat 4.x, but I have not run across it
> in 5 or 6.  We have this setting defined in our tomcat 6 installation, but I
> think it is a relic from some previous tomcat 4 configuration.

I suspect it was removed because the web server is expected to configure
the accept counts. You would want the number of AJP connections
available on Tomcat to exactly match that of the web server. The web
server is the component that would accept more requests than it has
threads to actually process them.

- -chris
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