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From André Warnier ...@ice-sa.com>
Subject Re: check load
Date Thu, 14 Mar 2013 22:11:02 GMT
fachhoch wrote:
> is there any way I can check load on the server , my loadbabalncer calls a
> web resource to check if server is able to handle request , if time for
> repononse exceeds specified linit it   launches a new server instance to
> handle request.Please advice me what is the best  way to detect load on a
> server ?
> 
Hi.
Since yesterday at 16:30, you have sent 9 messages to this list, all with different 
questions and making it sound like you are in a total panic.
It reminds me of a Walt Disney movie called the Sorcerer's Apprentice.
It sounds like you have set up something that you don't really know how to control, 
because you do not really understand the basics of it, or because there are too many 
different things to control at once.
(If you do not understand what I mean, just re-read your own posts)

Should you not take a break, have a cup of coffee, start from the beginning, with one 
Tomcat on one host, read the documentation, try to understand what is going on, and then 
gradually add one piece at a time and go on to bigger things when you are a bit more sure

of what you are doing ?

We can probably not help you right now anyway.  You are asking too many questions, about 
too many different things in too many directions, many of which go beyond what a Tomcat 
User's list is there for.



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