mv at roq.com
Tue Dec 6 02:00:04 PST 2005
I been benchmarking a Java servlet I have created and I want to be able
to handle a massive amount of simultaneous connections.
So far using benchmarking tools I have been able to get around 2,565
threads on the Tomcat 5.5 Java process (with native 1.4.2 Java)
according to ps -auxwH | grep -c 'java'
But I just can't seem to get past that mark, I have a lot of memory
currently the Tomcat is allocated 2gigs of memory.
When I max it out with my benchmarks I get this in catalina Tomcat 5.5
but there is still plenty of free memory to the Tomcat process.
SEVERE: Caught exception (java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: unable to create
new native thread) executing org.apache.jk.common.SocketAcceptor at f36e59,
I have been testing with my libmap.conf with these different types of
I have been getting the best performance with libthr and have been using
the above libthr and with these settings below.
I have set my max_threads in /etc/sysctl.conf to a massive amount.
ps -auxwH | grep -c 'java'
I am using Apache2.2 with the new built in AJP module which has been a
great addition to Apache 2.2.
I have been able to get the setup performing most stable (no 503 status
errors) but with less performance / threads with the libmap.conf below.
I am on 6.0 Release i386, dual Intel P4, generic SMP kernel.
With Tomcat on Windows XP I have been able to get it running better.
Does any one know of some other sysctls that increase the amount of
threads in libthr which I am assuming utilizes the above sysctls. Does
any one know how many threads can be created in Java on FreeBSD?
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