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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Tomcat 6.0.35 -crossing maxThreads configured count
Date Mon, 23 Jan 2012 19:26:08 GMT
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G,

On 1/23/12 8:44 AM, gnath wrote:
> Recently i happened to check our access logs when the server hung
> and stopped responding. We were printing the thread number in the
> logs and i have seen the number going upto 770 (though the max is 
> configured at 500). I was under impression that the threads will
> be shared among the connectors and max it can go to 500. Could you 
> please explain why im seeing very high number than configured? Is 
> that maxThreads value per connector?

Since you are using a thread pool, threads are probably expiring after
a certain period of time. New threads get numbers that increase
constantly over time, so you will see this number (in the name of the
thread) increase over maxThreads. It's nothing to worry about.

- -chris
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