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From selvakumar netaji <>
Subject Re: Handling requests when under load - ACCEPT and RST vs non-ACCEPT
Date Tue, 13 Nov 2012 02:32:33 GMT
Hi All,

I'm new to this mailing list. I read the above mail list and not able to
grasp the concepts like load balancing, keep alive. Can you please give me
links where I can find links about it.

On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 6:32 AM, Mark Thomas <> wrote:

> "Asankha C. Perera" <> wrote:
> >I do not understand the negativity here..
> You are trying to solve a problem no-one here recognises.
> You are ignoring and/or dismissing people that ask difficult questions or
> point out flaws in your proposal.
> Your posts - this one in particular - come across as very arrogant and
> that never wins people over.
> > I was wondering if I should
> >take this discussion to the dev@ list since I've already discussed it
> >on
> >user@.
> Please don't. Rather than trying to bypass the users list because no-one
> supports your view, you should be engaging with the list more and
> addressing the issues and questions raised.
> This belongs on users until there is agreement that something needs to
> change. If that happens, then the details of the how can be discussed on
> dev.
> > I wish Tomcat had a Wiki
> It does. I wish you'd bothered to look for it.
> > or used JIRA where I could submit this
> >as a proposal - maybe with a diagram/screen shots etc -
> Jira is not a prerequisite for submitting an enhancement requst. All ASF
> bug trackers - including the one Tomcat uses - support enhancement requests.
> > and make end
> >users vote for this across a few months - until we find that this
> >solution has a value.
> WTF? "Make end users vote"? Keep at this until everyone realises they were
> wrong and you were right? Seriously? You really don't seem to understand
> how Apache works at all.
> I did hope that some value could emerge from this thread such as a
> critique of my analysis (that demonstrated that the proposed solution is
> pointless) where the critique identified some scenarios where Tomcat could
> do better. However, as this thread continues and the probing questions are
> ignored I am rapidly reaching the conclusion that continuing this
> discussion is a waste of time. I hope your reply to this invalidates that
> conclusion.
> Mark
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