Yes, we are currently using Apache 2.0.46, which is the current version
provided with Red Hat Enterprise 3.
My plan is to eventually remove Apache from the mix once I have replaced
the dependencies on it. I expect overall performance to increase since
Resin will be handling the requests directly without them being
transferred over a port to Apache.
I can't comment if there is a performance difference between the open
source version and professional version. If there is a difference, I
doubt you would see it in testing. Maybe someone else can comment on this.
Akila Amarathunga wrote:
> Hi Keith,
> Are you running Resin with apache ? cos I hooked up with apache and did
> some fine tuning in it... and now it seems serve up pages bit fast.
> Anyway I use open source version and i think there might be more
> features on professional one.
> On Mon, 2006-11-27 at 09:10 -0800, Keith Fetterman wrote:
>> We have been using Resin for the past five years to serve up the
>> Go2marine boat parts store ( http://www.go2marine.com ), and we have
>> always found it to have a very fast page response time. We are
>> currently running Resin Professional 3.0.19 in production. We are using
>> Sun's 1.5.0_09 JDK. The OS is Red Hat Enterprise 3 ES. The database is
>> Oracle 9i, which runs on a separate server.
>> When we refactored the software to use Struts and Tiles last spring, I
>> was concerned that it might impact performance because of all of the
>> internal HTTP requests for the tiles. No worries. I was delighted with
>> how fast the site ran.
>> The times that we have run into problems with page response time is when
>> the server becomes heavily loaded in production. These problems were
>> corrected by tuning memory, increasing threads, or increasing the
>> maximum sessions.
>> Akila Amarathunga wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> I'm quiet new to Resin... At the moment I'm testing with Resin one of
>>> our application but I find it takes some time to deliver pages. i use
>>> resin 3.0.21 as standalone with jdk 1.5 and mysql on RH linux.
>>> I really appreciate if any one could tell me on what Resin deliver speed
>>> depend on...
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