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From André Warnier>
Subject Re: modjk apache response questions
Date Wed, 27 Apr 2011 19:36:32 GMT
It may be me, but your question is not very clear.
Let me try again :
Since you seem to have Apache httpd in front of Tomcat, you can try to use the "ab" 
program which comes with Apache httpd, to send requests to httpd, and by selecting 
appropriate requests, have them forwarded to Tomcat through mod_jk.
Then, at the Apache httpd level, the mod_status module would help you figure out what is 
going on at the Apache httpd level.
The mod_jk status worker will show you what is going on at the mod_jk level.
And the Tomcat Manager (server-status part), will show you some information about what is

going on at the Tomcat level.
There are also tools such as "jconsole" which can show you what is happening at the level

of the JVM which runs Tomcat (each Tomcat, if you have several).

References for the above :
Apache "ab" program :
Apache mod_status :
mod_jk status worker :
Tomcat Manager application :
Monitoring the Tomcat JVM :

If that does not answer your question, then try to be more clear about what exactly you 
are looking for. For example, what do you mean by "test load" ?
What precisely are you trying to find out ?

Harsimranjit singh Kler wrote:
> Hi Andre
> i checked but i want simple steps to test load on my each worker as am doing
> first time.Thanks
> regards
> Harsimran
> On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 8:57 PM, Harsimranjit singh Kler <
>> wrote:
>> Hi
>>  I  need some observations on loadbalancer with mod jk, such as
>> How to check  utilization of each httpd workers? How to check what is the
>> number of connections active on the each separate
>> Tomcats when there is load?.How i can increase response time?AJP port
>> should unique in worker.properities?
>> Whenever i am increasing concurrent requests on LB response time decreases?
>> Using apache 2.2.17+modjk1.2.31+tomcat 5.5.27
>> regards
>> harsimran

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