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How can I calculate the maximum number of concurrent webocket for machine?

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How can I calculate the maximum number of concurrent webocket for machine? Is there a relationship(maybe a factor 1 or similar) for the maximum number of http requests and the maximum number of websocket for the same tomcat server?

In particular way to develop a application using websocket offers the same kind of performance problems as for http requests performance?

posted Apr 21, 2016 by anonymous

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