Hi, thanks for your reply.

Some more information:
Tomcat is using OpenJdk6, on Ubuntu 8.04
I have attached my server.xml file. The only thing that comes to mind is that I set a relatively low accept-count for the other port. I think we tested without that parameter and did not getter better results. Let me know if there is a high chance this is the issue

For the second set of questions: I ran the test on EC2, and verified on a different environment that problem occurs there as well. ports are open, nothing in iptables, I used direct IP address in my test and test client is always the same browser from the same host.


On Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 5:37 PM, Christopher Schultz <chris@christopherschultz.net> wrote:
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On 9/1/2010 9:33 AM, Caldarale, Charles R wrote:
>> From: Yoav Naveh [mailto:yoavnaveh@gmail.com]
>> Subject: Slow "network" with additional Connector (Port) in tomcat
>> I have come across a weird behavior.
> Such as not telling us the exact Tomcat level you're using, the JVM version it's running in, the platform you're running on, and whether or not you're using APR, or anything in the logs that might be pertinent?
>> I defined an additional port for my tomcat, by adding
>> an additional connector in the server.xml
> So post your server.xml, with comments removed and secure information obfuscated, so we can see what you really did.

It would also help to know what other network components are in place:
software/hardware firewall, any iptables routing, reverse DNS settings,
etc. Also, is the test client always on the same host?

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