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From Stevo Slavić <>
Subject Re: [OT] Is incoming connection request queue totally ordered?
Date Mon, 17 Oct 2011 21:53:06 GMT
Yes, I meant what happens once connection requests are in the queue,
regardless if it's AJP connection requests queue, or HTTP connection
requests. I wasn't considering that part, but thanks for clarifying,
if the two connectors (I guess it applies even if there are two
connectors for same protocol as long as they) share same executor
there's concurrency involved in using this shared resource.

Needed to understand how Tomcat handles connector connection requests
queues to determine whether request processing order can be

Thank you all for once again great Tomcat community feedback!


On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 10:39 PM, André Warnier <> wrote:
> P.S. (with additional apologies for the top-posting)
> I realise that I have myself fallen as a victim of the confusion, and
> responded to the off-topic and off-thread message.
> My apologies to the original poster of this thread.
> André Warnier wrote:
>> Ann Ramsey wrote:
>>> Listen, the answers were all Greek to me. If you guys are going to REALLY
>>> help non-IT people deal with TomCat, you might want to speak English in
>>> your
>>> responses, so that we know if you're addressing our problem or not.
>> Well, all I can say is that it doesn't really look like you've figured it
>> out.
>> The way to use a mailing list, I mean.
>> Detailed explanation : after all the responses you have sent to various
>> unrelated threads on this mailing list, it has now become a bit confusing
>> which problem was yours, and who figured out what.  You have probably also
>> confused a number of other people who have asked their own questions, but
>> for which you have now answered (in their name) that you figured it out,
>> thank you.
>> A mailing list such as this one (and most other similar ones) is a bit
>> different from a chat forum.  When someone has a question, they send a
>> message, with a subject.
>> The people trying to help here (all volunteers, doing this on their own
>> free time), answer  the questions individually, *by subject*, taking care to
>> reply only to each message individually, and preserving the original subject
>> of the particular message to which they are responding.  That helps keeping
>> things organised, so that the person who asked the original question would
>> actually find the answers to their own question, by looking at the sequence
>> of messages that have their original subject.
>> In other words, maybe what got you confused is that you thought that all
>> these messages were answering your original question, when in reality each
>> one was answering another question from someone else. Not so ?
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