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Old 02-07-2008, 09:24 AM   #1
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Unhappy Tomcat 5.5 high processor load in Centos 5.1 cluster

Hi all,

I have a wierd problem.

We have a cluster setup with 3 tomcat servers, everything works fine (assumed)

But in the production enviroment the processor load is 200% at the end of the week, looking at some graphs in my monitoring tool it looks like the load get higher (more user) but doesnt get any lower as soon the peak goes away.

We have a couple of developers working on a solutions, but no one can find anything.

The log files show nothing unusual (for apache and tomcat).

We actually have to restart tomcat every week

My question is:

Does this sound familiar to anyone? or can anyone tell me where to look for a solution?

Thnx in advance!




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