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From Chris Cheshire <>
Subject tomcat7 & tldScanJar warning
Date Thu, 11 Jul 2013 18:51:47 GMT
I am working on migrating from TC6 to 7, and noticed in the log file the
info messages about jars being needlessly scanned. Did all my googling and
stuff and added all the jars mentioned to the file.

All the warnings are gone, but it has done absolutely nothing to improve
startup time nor page compile time. For a setup with about 12 hosts, and at
least one context each it is still taking about 75 seconds to start up,
give or take a couple of seconds every time, and it still takes about 10
seconds to compile a page.

The last couple of replies on seem to imply that
doing so should increase performance, but I'm not seeing it.

Is there really any benefit to this that I am missing? It's cumbersome
editing this and restarting tomcat if I update a web app and add have to
add a new dependency.


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