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memory performance settings?

 
isuraeru
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hello everybody
I'm using Tomcat 4.1 on a Windows 2000 Server, at this time we have over 15 proyects installed on the server.
The problem is after a time the memory usage increase and so on.
My question is:
How can I configure tomcat to improve memory usage (cpu, other resources 2)?
thanxs
israel
 
William Brogden
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Thats a pretty big question. I found the book "Professional Apache Tomcat" to have loads of useful information of configuring Tomcat for various purposes.
Bill
 
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thanks bill
Could you recomend me a page on Internet, I am looking for information but T can't find anything.
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isuraeru
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Hello every
One possible solution to my problem that I've found is to set max memory usage for the JVM due to -Xmx
israel
some others solutions, please let me know
 
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Exactly what problem are you getting? Do you think one or more of the applications is not handling memory correctly? I don't know of any way to look at the memory used by a single application since it is all in one JVM.
Bill
 
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