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weblogic6.0 (evaluation copy)

 
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Hi All,
M using weblogic6.0 evaluation copy as webserver as well as application server.
It is acceptiing maximum of 11 requests at webserver and 8 requests at application server even the load is high.Even I tried by increasing the no of threads(ThreadPoolSize) ,but no improvement in the situation.and one more thing
the CPU utilization is very low(hardly 20%)at appserver.
could you tell me ,is it happenning because of evaluation copy or what?
TIA,
sathish
 
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I am moving this discussion to "WebLogic servers" discussion forum.
 
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Satish,
WebLogic6.0 30-day evaluation license restricts the access for client connections to 1 IP address. That is the only restriction as far as i know.
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Actually, I believe it's 3 or 4 -- enough to let you do a valid test or demo, but not enough to do stress-testing or production work on.
 
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