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Hi.. On my tomcat server manager page, I see that there is a thread in Servicing state since 14536664ms and that request is coming from my ip. I don't have any active requests to the server othe than the manager page i.e. even if I close the request server is still trying to process that request. How can I kill that thread from server side other than restarting the server? And also how to setup a time limit for the maximum service time for a request? thanks in advance.
 
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