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asked Installing MCollective on Ubuntu 11.10
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accepted Setup Tomcat with Puppet (noob question)
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comment Setup Tomcat with Puppet (noob question)
Thanks Christian. I agree this is procedural, I even marked the comments with the order. It seems like Puppet can handle it, though.
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answered Puppet Packages, Puppet Forge, and good Puppet code?
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asked Setup Tomcat with Puppet (noob question)
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comment Apache load balancer limits with Tomcat over AJP
Switching to the worker thread is definitely an option, but I would like to figure out what the underlying cause of the 503s is.
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comment Apache load balancer limits with Tomcat over AJP
Yes the majority of the time the Tomcat servers are fine and do what they are suppose to. I am wondering if there is some Apache or Debian config limit that it being hit.
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comment Apache load balancer limits with Tomcat over AJP
No database is used. Network traffic goes up and down, but max is 1Mb/sec in, 100k/sec out. We see no network errors. Apache status is on, with an avg of 37 thread waiting, 3 sending reply, 25 closing connection. I can run JMeter and pump another 300 req/s through the system without issue, but the strange part is Apache server status doesn't show the extra JMeter traffic, so I wonder if the server-status is correct. It seems like it can handle more traffic, but randomly returns 503s when all worker threads are busy.
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asked Apache load balancer limits with Tomcat over AJP
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accepted Exim: convert bounced messages back to original
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comment Exim: convert bounced messages back to original
Thanks... that is actually what I ended up doing, but in BASH