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From "Huy Tran" <ht...@endeavors.com>
Subject Re: HA tomcat ( was: RE: 5.0 proposal)
Date Tue, 25 Jun 2002 18:41:38 GMT
Mathias,

Thanks for the encouraged news.  We've been using Tomcat in our product 
for a while now.  Now, I need to set it up with support for minimum 100K 
simultaneous connection to our server side.  If you could share some of 
your knowledge how you did it with your site, it would be tremendously 
helpful for me and many other Tomcat user out there.

Regards,

Huy Tran.

Mathias Herberts wrote:

>costinm@covalent.net wrote:
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>>On Tue, 25 Jun 2002, GOMEZ Henri wrote:
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>>>>>Pier could you detail what should be a Tomcat HA, and how
>>>>>it could fit in TC 5.0 proposal ?
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>>>As far as I can remember it was voted -1...
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>What about TC 5.0 with HA capability ?
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>>>
>>TC5.0 will have a 'higher availability' then 4.1 which is better
>>than 4.0. Same goes for 3.3 versus 3.2, and so on.
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>[snip]
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>>Well, I know quite a few people who managed to get tomcat in
>>production on a variety of sites ( including very large loads).
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>I run Tomcat on 20 or so production web sites, with volumes in the
>2/3 million hits per day mark. I've been running Tomcat since march
>2000, starting with 3.2.1.
>
>I think with a little of involvment it is easy to set up a high
>availability environment using Apache/Tomcat and maybe hardware load
>balancers. Maybe what is missing is a good tutorial on such a setup.
>Maybe I could start thinking about writing something about our setup. We
>came up with neat tricks to handle live application upgrade and this
>sort of things. I don't know where this could fit in but it is
>definitely the kind of HOWTO that could be good for the spread of Tomcat
>on production environments.
>
>As for the pure servlet speed Tomcat can deliver, from what I see
>everyday, the bottleneck is usually in the data tier and not in the
>application server, so this is a purely sterile debate in my opinion.
>
>Just my 2 cents of euro worth.
>
>Mathias.
>
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