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Tomcat + Apache image and loading problems

 
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Hi All,
I'm faced with a rather peculiar problem here right now and really hope you all can help me out on this. I'm currently running Tomcat as a standalone webserver in a production website. The machine is a Win2K pro machine. It's experiencing pretty high traffic and the statistics generated by Windows indicate about over 100 connections consistently. The problem is, sometimes, when I type in the URL in IE, the page totally doesn't load, or it loads, but with some parts missing, for example, some images may be missing. At first I thought it was Tomcat, then I installed Apache and used mod_jk to get Tomcat and Apache to work together. But the problem persisted. I'm quite puzzled. I hear that Win2K pro has a limit imposed on it, and even after altering the registry key to increase the amount of concurrent connections, the problems still persists. I'm not sure why and hope you all could help me out on this. Thanks everyone!
 
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To add to my previous post, the missing images only occur in Internet Explorer. Mozilla has no problems at all..
 
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