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Restrict processor usage on Tomcat

 
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Hi guys,

Is there a way to restrict the number of processors Tomcat uses? Does Tomcat use more than one processor anyway?

The reason I ask is because our software has a per server processor license and they would like to know if Tomcat utilizes separate processors anyway (running through the IIS connector).

Any help is much appreciated.

Cheers,

Steve
 
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This definately ins't a JSP issue.
It's probably not a Tomcat issue either.

I'm going ask to have this thread moved from Java advanced as the solution, (if there is one) will probably involve tuning JVM switches.
 
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