Why Application Servers Crash and How to Avoid It

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Re: Why Application Servers Crash and How to Avoid It

Anonymous's picture

Where can I find out more about "request processor resources (RPRs)" ?

As a developer how do I add them ?

Re: Why Application Servers Crash and How to Avoid It

johntfrancois's picture

RPR are not famous or off-the-shelf software components.
A developer has to create a "pool" of resources -- a little bit like a "connections pool", as already found in some app server products -- where these resources are not connections or anything concrete or visible. A "RPR" pool is simply there to limit the number of concurrent threads (requests) competing for memory and CPU inside the app server.

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