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How powerful is Tomcat?

Ren Shao
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Hi, our current web application has about 20 users, main functionality is to accept user upload audio files (mp3, wav, dss), management download those audio files, and upload transcript files.

It's running on Tomcat, the number of user may double in a month. The current performance is Ok, but a little bit slow when I browse all orders (about 600).

So, should I stay with Tomcat, or get something more powerful?
Bear Bibeault
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The numbers you are talking about is a pittance. Tomcat will serve nicely. Any latency you see when returning high number of orders is unlikely to be caused by the choice of Tomcat.


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Ren Shao
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Thanks for help!!!
Bear Bibeault
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No prob. If you need help tuning your DB queries please visit the JDBC forum.
 
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