guessing: maybe a system limit, a la "ulimit", or perhaps a kernel  
configuration parameter?

On Sep 5, 2007, at 9:08 AM, Adam Allgaier wrote:

> We're running Resin 3.0.20 on Apache 2 on FreeBSD 6, we seem to be  
> hitting a java thread limit at 480 during peak times.
>
> Resin config:
>   <thread-pool>
>     <thread-max>800</thread-max>
>     <spare-thread-min>50</spare-thread-min>
>   </thread-pool>
>   <server>
>     <keepalive-max>1600</keepalive-max>
>     <keepalive-timeout>120s</keepalive-timeout>
>     .....
>
> Apache config:
>
> <IfModule prefork.c>
>
> StartServers         20
>
> ServerLimit       2000
>
> MinSpareServers      5
>
> MaxSpareServers     10
>
> MaxClients         800
>
> MaxRequestsPerChild  0
>
> </IfModule>
>
> Any ideas why the java resin thread count cannot pass 480?   
> Increasing JVM memory settings has had no effect.
>
> Thanks for your help in advance,
> Adam
>
>
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