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Which is the most stable of tomcat

pankaj patil
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Can you pls tell me the most stable version of tomcat server.


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Impossible to say without knowing what features you need.


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pankaj patil
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depending on the load it can handle
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Well that certainly nailed it down.
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I believe that the current Tomcat 5.5.9 is stable and faster than previous versions. It is certainly working well for me. By going with the latest servlet API you gain a little protection from the update cycle
Probably the biggest performance problem will be in YOUR code, not the Tomcat code.
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