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Tomcat / JSP / JCE

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by BWS, Mar 29, 2004.

  1. BWS

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    Hi,

    I have a potential client who would like Java installed to run some JCE (Java Encryption) stuff... Does anyone have any views on:
    a) How stable installing TomCat and Java is?
    b) How resource hogging TomCat and Java are?
    c) Whether this can work in a jailshell environment?

    Any feedback greatfully received.
     
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    What's your OS and how much memory do you have?
     
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    Redhat 9 on a 1.7 GHz Celeron - 512MB RAM.

    Thanks
     
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    Save yourself the headache and push this customer to a real java provider. :)
     
  5. BWS

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    Because it's a pain, or because it requires experience to do it?
     
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    Both of those reasons, plus it requires servers with good horsepower and lots of memory. I would recommend at least 2 gig of ram. But snikn is correct, unless you are very knowledgable in java I would also recommend passing this off. It could be more headache then the account is worth.
     
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    I am experienced in Java, just not JSP and the implications of running it on my existing servers!

    Was just looking for thoughts and opinions!
     
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