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From yogesh hingmire <yogesh.hingm...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Capacity Planning Turk's Formula
Date Thu, 17 Jan 2013 18:08:23 GMT
Folks,

> I was reading this article by Mladen Turk from the FAQ section on TomCat
> Performance & Capacity Planning
>
> http://people.apache.org/~mturk/docs/article/ftwai.html
>
> It says,
>
> “To get most out of Tomcat you should limit the number of concurrent
> requests to 200 per CPU."
>
> So we can come with the simple formula to calculate the maximum number of
> concurrent connections a physical box can handle:
>
>                                              500
>
>     Concurrent requests = ( ----------  ) * Number of CPU's
>
>                                      AART (ms)
>
>  The Question I have is,  how did Turk arrive at this formula and why does
> he say to get the max we have to limit to 200.
>
>  Thank You for all your help
>

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