hi hari, i have been using resin since early version 2 and haven't regret it.
there are some cases which i'd say are compelling reasons to use it over tomcat, where you already brought up some yourself: > To close, I should say that I personally love resin - its elegance, > configuration simplicity and developer-friendliness. another compelling reason i see in your requirement > specially as look to grow and add additional > servers resin has an easy neat way to load-balance and easy session replication between it's instances. some things about resin aren't that good, of course, and should be addressed. for one the documentation - which never really was up-to-date nor showed more than a glimpse of resin's capabilities (example config-cases would be nice). also, there always have been problems resin being non-standard-compliant in some respect. a recent comparison between resin 3.0.9 and tomcat 5.5.3 can be found here: http://raibledesigns.com/rd/entry/resin_slower_than_tomcat_fails on this comparison maybe scott could comment? regards, --- jan. _______________________________________________ resin-interest mailing list email@example.com http://maillist.caucho.com/mailman/listinfo/resin-interest