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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: http request (no only session) replication in cluster
Date Tue, 18 Jun 2013 15:21:23 GMT
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Jakub,

On 6/18/13 3:27 AM, Ja kub wrote:
> Ravindra,
> 
> Thx for idea, I will read about it, but at first glance it looks
> like with 5000 pending servlet requests I will have 5000 threads
> awaiting response from cxf client, with async servlet and async cxf
> webservice server, connected with async cxf client, all 5000
> pending threads can be served by one thread,

Sounds like async + your own threaded-queue is the way to go, assuming
that you really have to wait-around a while for CXF responses.

> I have to deal not only with faults, but also with long running
> webservice client requests - up to two client requests, 20 second
> each

Most of that time is just sitting there waiting, right?

- -chris
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