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Questions about the HTTP connector config for Tomcat?

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I desire for using tomcat as the websocket server. But I'm now wondering about the tomcat performance. Does anyone know the max connections that tomcat could held? the concurrent number requests?

And I don't quite understand the configurations - acceptCount & maxConnections & maxThreads

There must be some relationship between the three params.

If I set [ accpetCount=200, maxConnections=10000, maxThreads=100] dose it means:
1. the max connections that tomcat maintain with the client is 10000. and if the 10001 client's connect request is coming, the client will timeout.
2. the max request is 200, and the 201 request will be refused.
3. the max concurrent request is 100.

posted Jul 8, 2015 by anonymous

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