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WebSphere Connections !! How to count ?

Harneet Singh
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Joined: Feb 05, 2013
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I have a question .. I need to know how many connections exists in between my WebServer and my JVM.
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I have come across 3 different settings and not sure which is which.
1. JVM ---->Session Management
2. JVM --- > WebContainer -----> (transport chain - HttpQueueInboundDefault etc etc)
3. JVM ----> Thread Pool (ORB.thread.pool , webcontainer etc etc)
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Which parameter provides me the min and max connection a JVM can handle . My understanding is that a connection to a JVM can be of several types - RMI , SOAP , HTTP.
But if in a production enviornment I need to calculate all the connections from my webserver to JVM
and differentiate the number of connectin by their types; then how should I do it . " A webcontainer shows me max connection as 150 whereas HttpQueueInboundDefault shows me 20000 ."
My main objective is to know how many connections exists in between WEBSERVER and JVM and how to manupultate it according to need .
 
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