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Java Heap allocation in Tomcat

 
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I am using Apache1.3.20 with mod_ssl + tomcat3.3 + mod_jk + Solaris 8 + Jdk1.2.2(green threads)
I have a simple web application in tomcat.
Using apachebenchmarking tool (ab) to generate many requests to my application via apache, I find that the
allocated java heap continuously increases.
On the other hand, generating many requests to my application directly to tomcat, I find that the allocated java
heap remains unchanged.
I change my application to a simple jsp. The above scenarios still exists.
Can anyone tell me why?? Have I set anything wrong in apache or tomcat??
Thx. and Regards.
Steve.
 
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