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Is Javaranch using Tomcat?

Bruce Jin
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Javaranch is hosted by Ejip.Net. What servlet engine do they use? Is it Tomcat?
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Mike Curwen
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I believe it's Resin.
Doug Wang
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Definitely not (just to my knowledge). But I learn thar it is being shifted to use Servlets. (Am I on the right track?)


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Balaji Loganathan
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I posted the answer in one of the previous thread.
here is the cut and paste
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Not a direct reply,but u can check what a site is running using this site http://uptime.netcraft.com/up/graph/?mode_u=on&mode_w=on&site=www.javaranch.com for example our javaranch is running Orion on Linux, only Paul know the truth
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Originally posted by Axel Janssen:
Welcome Vivek Chopra,
do you (or anyone else) have any information about how much tomcats run in production environments, best with distribution by countries/regions.
Thanks
Axel
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Bruce Jin
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Thanks.
Is Orion something like Tomcat? Or it a commercial servver?
 
 
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