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From Alain Moran <amo...@adaptavist.com>
Subject Re: Best Servlet Container
Date Tue, 03 Oct 2006 23:23:00 GMT
This would have been comparing tomcat against resin maybe 6 or 8 months 
ago ... tbh I think one of the major reasons for us choosing Resin over 
tomcat was down to memory overheads, however as I say I'm not very 
closely involved in that part of the business, I use tomcat for 
developing & testing.

Malcolm Edgar wrote:
> I think Resin used to be significantly faster than Tomcat, but over
> the last few years, I think Tomcat has pretty well caught up and is
> amoungst the faster of the web apps.
>
> I can't comment about custering with Tomcat, I have been in prod
> environments where it is used and it worked fine, but I wasn't
> responsible for the setup.
>
> Jetty is nice but configuration is a bit funky and it does not provide
> any JNDI services.
>
> regards Malcolm Edgar
>
> On 10/3/06, Scott Edward Skinner <sskinner@cloud9.net> wrote:
>> Jetty is nice but its lack of dynamic servlet reloading has always
>> been a sore point with me. For deployment Jetty is fine but I'd
>> rather use Tomcat for development.
>>
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