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OSGi'fied Jetty configurations

 
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Hi Folks..,

The other day, when I was running a traffic test on my web app, running on Jetty, inside the Equinox OSGi container, the entire stuff hangs when about 20 simultaneous requests are fired at the same time. On googling about it a bit, I came across a link which tells me about a certain jetty.xml file which is roughly the equivalent of server.xml of Tomcat - but only in a fully blown version, not for the Osgi based jetty. Can anyone tell me how do I go about configuring stuff for a Jetty container in OSGi.

Dawn.
 
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