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From Lajos <la...@protulae.com>
Subject Re: Advantages of different Servlet Containers
Date Fri, 02 Oct 2009 20:35:05 GMT
Just go for Tomcat. For all its problems, and I should know having used 
it since it was originally JavaWebServer, it is perfectly capable of 
handling high-end production environments provided you tune it 
correctly. We use it with our customized Solr 1.3 version without any 
problems.

Lajos


Simon Wistow wrote:
> I know that the Solr FAQ says 
> 
> "Users should decide for themselves which Servlet Container they 
> consider the easiest/best for their use cases based on their 
> needs/experience. For high traffic scenarios, investing time for tuning 
> the servlet container can often make a big difference."
> 
> but is there anywhere that lists some of the variosu advantages and 
> disadvantages of, say, Tomcat over Jetty for someone who isn't current 
> with the Java ecosystem?
> 
> Also, I'm currently using Jetty but I've had to do a horrific hack to 
> make it work under init.d in that I start it up in the background and 
> then tail the output waiting for the line that says the SocketConnector 
> has been started
> 
>    while [ '' = "$(tail -1 $LOG | grep 'Started SocketConnector')"  ] ; 
>    do
>        sleep 1
>    done
> 
> There's *got* to be a better way of doing this, right? 
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Simon
> 
> 
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