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Hi there, my company's web site is running on tomcat 3.2.3. A few times a day, the web site freezes for a couple of minutes and during this time I am geting dozens of log messages saying: "ThreadPool: Pool exhausted with 100 threads."
After doing some research on the web, it seems that this is a known bug for tomcat 3.2.3. Unfortunately, upgrading tomcat's version is not an option due to all the impacts.
What I would like to do is to raise the thread pool limit from 100 to say, 200. Since it's hard to find good doc on such an old version of tomcat, I was wondering if anyone here allready done this. Does the modification takes place in the server.xml file? I cant find the property where it says that the maximum number of threads is 100, is this property built-in Tomcat? Here is what I have in this file concerning the connectors: