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Books for Learning about servers .

Pratik D mehta
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Joined: Jul 29, 2010
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I have started learning Head first jsp and servlets , it is awesome , for further read i wanted to know more about
1. The servers working and handling requests and number of requests it can handle .
2. The drawbacks and advantages of various servers .
I also wanted to know how many servers are available and their comparison with each other And
Yes i know i have just started learning , but can someone suggest a good book for starting with servers and with what should i start first
eg with apache
How should i go about ?

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Joseph Mokenela
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Joined: Jan 18, 2011
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i would suggest you read up the following book, "Professional Apache Tomcat 6 by Vivek Chopra,Sing Li and Jeff Genender" it is a good book on Apache Tomcat if you want to study a specific server.

Hope that helps!
Pratik D mehta
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Posts: 121

Thanks joseph mokenela
I agree. Here's the link:
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