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Instantiting components as a service

8 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-02-22 01:52:14.0Z
Francois Chamberland Posted on 2000-02-18 13:21:52.0Z
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Subject: Instantiting components as a service
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Hi,

I am able to instantiate a certain number of components at Jaguar startup.
But I seem to be limited to 43 instances. ie: 10 for component A, 10 for B,
10 for C, 10 for D and 3 for E.

Is there a limit?


Here is what I did:

I added three methods to my components: run(), start() and stop()

I added the following lines to this property
"com.sybase.jaguar.server.services"

package/CompA[10],
package/CompB[10],
package/CompC[10],
package/CompD[10],
package/CompE[10]


TIA

Francois


Carson Hager[Team Sybase] Posted on 2000-02-19 16:24:46.0Z
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Subject: Re: Instantiting components as a service
Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2000 16:24:46 GMT
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Are you writing these components in PB? This should invoke [x]
threads of run on a single instance unless concurrency is turned off.
Is this really what you want?

Do you see anything in the srv.log?


Carson

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On Fri, 18 Feb 2000 08:21:52 -0500, "Francois Chamberland"

<francoischamberland@apg.com> wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I am able to instantiate a certain number of components at Jaguar startup.
>But I seem to be limited to 43 instances. ie: 10 for component A, 10 for B,
>10 for C, 10 for D and 3 for E.
>
>Is there a limit?
>
>
>Here is what I did:
>
> I added three methods to my components: run(), start() and stop()
>
> I added the following lines to this property
>"com.sybase.jaguar.server.services"
>
> package/CompA[10],
> package/CompB[10],
> package/CompC[10],
> package/CompD[10],
> package/CompE[10]
>
>
>TIA
>
>Francois
>
>

___________________________________________________________

Carson Hager
Team Sybase
Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc.
Enterprise Application Studio 3.0 Consulting and Training

DDS Enterprise Application Framework
Available Now as Open Source!
http://www.dyn-data.com


Francois Chamberland Posted on 2000-02-21 15:46:24.0Z
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Subject: Re: Instantiting components as a service
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Here is what I get in srv.log:


Feb 21 10:42:10 2000: Jaguar CTS - Component Transaction Server/Version
3.0.1 (Build 30031)/P/PC Intel/Windows NT 4.0/OPT/Jun 24 1999 14:42:26

Confidential property of Sybase, Inc.
(c) Copyright Sybase Inc. 1987,1998
All rights reserved.

Use, duplication, or disclosure by the United States Government
is subject to restrictions as set forth in FAR subparagraphs
52.227-19 (a)-(d) for civilian agency contracts and DFARS 252.227-7013
(c)(1)(ii) for Department of Defense contracts. Sybase reserves all
unpublished rights under the copyright laws of the United States.
Sybase, Inc. 6475 Christie Avenue, Emeryville, CA 94608 USA.
Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 1: Jaguar_tds: Active: yes Protocol:
'TDS': 'localhost',7878 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 2: Jaguar_OpenServer: Active: yes
Protocol: 'TDS': 'localhost',7979 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 3: Jaguar_http: Active: yes Protocol:
'HTTP': 'localhost',8080 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 4: Jaguar_https1: Active: yes Protocol:
'HTTPS': 'localhost',8081 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl'
Subject DN: CN = Sample1, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST =
Some State, C = US
Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 5: Jaguar_https2: Active: yes Protocol:
'HTTPS': 'localhost',8082 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl_mutual_auth'
Subject DN: CN = Sample2, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST =
Some State, C = US
Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 6: Jaguar_iiop: Active: yes Protocol:
'IIOP': 'localhost',9000 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 7: Jaguar_iiops1: Active: yes Protocol:
'IIOPS': 'localhost',9001 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl'
Subject DN: CN = Sample1, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST =
Some State, C = US
Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 8: Jaguar_iiops2: Active: yes Protocol:
'IIOPS': 'localhost',9002 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl_mutual_auth'
Subject DN: CN = Sample2, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST =
Some State, C = US
Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 9: Jaguar_iiop1: Active: yes Protocol:
'IIOP': 'JAGY2K',9000 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Warning: DLL name is different, using previous name
Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Warning: DLL name is different, using previous name
Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Starting Jaguar CTS 3.0.1
Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Java JIT Compiler disabled
Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Java component debugging disabled
Feb 21 10:42:15 2000: Java virtual machine initialized (version 10001)
Feb 21 10:42:15 2000: Repository: C:\Program Files\Sybase\Jaguar CTS
3.0\Repository
Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Server's native codeset is utf8
Warning: Failed to initialize SSLServiceProvider: reason: 23
Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: NameServiceURL: iiop://0:0
Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Starting services...
Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Authentication timeout period is 3600 seconds.
Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Note: authentication timeout can be disabled.
Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Authentication lockout period is 600 seconds.
Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Note: authentication lockout can be disabled.
ORB_init option = 'NameServiceURL' value = 'iiop://0:0' from environment
Feb 21 10:42:17 2000: Started: Jaguar/Repository
Feb 21 10:42:18 2000: Started: Jaguar/GarbageCollector
Feb 21 10:42:20 2000: Started: Jaguar/JCM
Feb 21 10:42:20 2000: Starting Jaguar Naming Services...
Feb 21 10:42:20 2000: Started: CosNaming/NamingContext
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Started: CtsServlet/ServletService
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Loading: C:\Program Files\Sybase\Jaguar CTS
3.0\java\classes\fch\fchBeanImpl.class
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Loading: C:\Program Files\Sybase\Jaguar CTS
3.0\java\classes\fch\_sk_fch_fchBean.class
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Started: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running services...
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: CosNaming/NamingContext
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: Jaguar/GarbageCollector
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: CtsServlet/ServletService
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:24 2000: Stopped: CosNaming/NamingContext
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean

Thanks

Francois

Carson Hager[Team Sybase] wrote in message
<38aec38d.1937385@forums.sybase.com>...
>Are you writing these components in PB? This should invoke [x]
>threads of run on a single instance unless concurrency is turned off.
>Is this really what you want?
>
>Do you see anything in the srv.log?
>
>
>Carson
>
>___________________________________________________________
>
>Carson Hager
>Team Sybase
>Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc.
>Enterprise Application Studio 3.0 Consulting and Training
>http://www.dyn-data.com
>
> DDS is now hiring EAServer consultants
> to support its exploding EAServer business!
> Please submit your resume to
> hr@dyn-data.com!
>
>
>On Fri, 18 Feb 2000 08:21:52 -0500, "Francois Chamberland"
><francoischamberland@apg.com> wrote:
>
>>Hi,
>>
>>I am able to instantiate a certain number of components at Jaguar startup.
>>But I seem to be limited to 43 instances. ie: 10 for component A, 10 for
B,
>>10 for C, 10 for D and 3 for E.
>>
>>Is there a limit?
>>
>>
>>Here is what I did:
>>
>> I added three methods to my components: run(), start() and stop()
>>
>> I added the following lines to this property
>>"com.sybase.jaguar.server.services"
>>
>> package/CompA[10],
>> package/CompB[10],
>> package/CompC[10],
>> package/CompD[10],
>> package/CompE[10]
>>
>>
>>TIA
>>
>>Francois
>>
>>
>
>
>___________________________________________________________
>
>Carson Hager
>Team Sybase
>Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc.
>Enterprise Application Studio 3.0 Consulting and Training
>
> DDS Enterprise Application Framework
> Available Now as Open Source!
> http://www.dyn-data.com
>


Dave Wolf [Sybase] Posted on 2000-02-21 15:51:10.0Z
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Subject: Re: Instantiting components as a service
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Francois,

How many users is the server configured for? If you add HTTP threads +
Configured Users = Total Threads. So by default a server is 25 HTTP + 30
Users = 55 threads. Id be curious if the server simply isnt running out of
threads.

Dave Wolf
Internet Applications Division

Francois Chamberland <francoischamberland@apg.com> wrote in message
news:eTx2oMIf$GA.204@forums.sybase.com...
> Here is what I get in srv.log:
>
>
> Feb 21 10:42:10 2000: Jaguar CTS - Component Transaction Server/Version
> 3.0.1 (Build 30031)/P/PC Intel/Windows NT 4.0/OPT/Jun 24 1999 14:42:26
>
> Confidential property of Sybase, Inc.
> (c) Copyright Sybase Inc. 1987,1998
> All rights reserved.
>
> Use, duplication, or disclosure by the United States Government
> is subject to restrictions as set forth in FAR subparagraphs
> 52.227-19 (a)-(d) for civilian agency contracts and DFARS 252.227-7013
> (c)(1)(ii) for Department of Defense contracts. Sybase reserves all
> unpublished rights under the copyright laws of the United States.
> Sybase, Inc. 6475 Christie Avenue, Emeryville, CA 94608 USA.
> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 1: Jaguar_tds: Active: yes Protocol:
> 'TDS': 'localhost',7878 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 2: Jaguar_OpenServer: Active: yes
> Protocol: 'TDS': 'localhost',7979 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 3: Jaguar_http: Active: yes Protocol:
> 'HTTP': 'localhost',8080 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 4: Jaguar_https1: Active: yes Protocol:
> 'HTTPS': 'localhost',8081 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl'
> Subject DN: CN = Sample1, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST =
> Some State, C = US
> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 5: Jaguar_https2: Active: yes Protocol:
> 'HTTPS': 'localhost',8082 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl_mutual_auth'
> Subject DN: CN = Sample2, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST =
> Some State, C = US
> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 6: Jaguar_iiop: Active: yes Protocol:
> 'IIOP': 'localhost',9000 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 7: Jaguar_iiops1: Active: yes Protocol:
> 'IIOPS': 'localhost',9001 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl'
> Subject DN: CN = Sample1, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST =
> Some State, C = US
> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 8: Jaguar_iiops2: Active: yes Protocol:
> 'IIOPS': 'localhost',9002 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl_mutual_auth'
> Subject DN: CN = Sample2, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST =
> Some State, C = US
> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 9: Jaguar_iiop1: Active: yes Protocol:
> 'IIOP': 'JAGY2K',9000 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Warning: DLL name is different, using previous name
> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Warning: DLL name is different, using previous name
> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Starting Jaguar CTS 3.0.1
> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Java JIT Compiler disabled
> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Java component debugging disabled
> Feb 21 10:42:15 2000: Java virtual machine initialized (version 10001)
> Feb 21 10:42:15 2000: Repository: C:\Program Files\Sybase\Jaguar CTS
> 3.0\Repository
> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Server's native codeset is utf8
> Warning: Failed to initialize SSLServiceProvider: reason: 23
> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: NameServiceURL: iiop://0:0
> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Starting services...
> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Authentication timeout period is 3600 seconds.
> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Note: authentication timeout can be disabled.
> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Authentication lockout period is 600 seconds.
> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Note: authentication lockout can be disabled.
> ORB_init option = 'NameServiceURL' value = 'iiop://0:0' from environment
> Feb 21 10:42:17 2000: Started: Jaguar/Repository
> Feb 21 10:42:18 2000: Started: Jaguar/GarbageCollector
> Feb 21 10:42:20 2000: Started: Jaguar/JCM
> Feb 21 10:42:20 2000: Starting Jaguar Naming Services...
> Feb 21 10:42:20 2000: Started: CosNaming/NamingContext
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Started: CtsServlet/ServletService
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Loading: C:\Program Files\Sybase\Jaguar CTS
> 3.0\java\classes\fch\fchBeanImpl.class
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Loading: C:\Program Files\Sybase\Jaguar CTS
> 3.0\java\classes\fch\_sk_fch_fchBean.class
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Started: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running services...
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: CosNaming/NamingContext
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: Jaguar/GarbageCollector
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: CtsServlet/ServletService
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
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> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
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> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
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> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:24 2000: Stopped: CosNaming/NamingContext
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
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> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
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> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>
> Thanks
>
> Francois
>
>
> Carson Hager[Team Sybase] wrote in message
> <38aec38d.1937385@forums.sybase.com>...
> >Are you writing these components in PB? This should invoke [x]
> >threads of run on a single instance unless concurrency is turned off.
> >Is this really what you want?
> >
> >Do you see anything in the srv.log?
> >
> >
> >Carson
> >
> >___________________________________________________________
> >
> >Carson Hager
> >Team Sybase
> >Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc.
> >Enterprise Application Studio 3.0 Consulting and Training
> >http://www.dyn-data.com
> >
> > DDS is now hiring EAServer consultants
> > to support its exploding EAServer business!
> > Please submit your resume to
> > hr@dyn-data.com!
> >
> >
> >On Fri, 18 Feb 2000 08:21:52 -0500, "Francois Chamberland"
> ><francoischamberland@apg.com> wrote:
> >
> >>Hi,
> >>
> >>I am able to instantiate a certain number of components at Jaguar
startup.
> >>But I seem to be limited to 43 instances. ie: 10 for component A, 10 for
> B,
> >>10 for C, 10 for D and 3 for E.
> >>
> >>Is there a limit?
> >>
> >>
> >>Here is what I did:
> >>
> >> I added three methods to my components: run(), start() and stop()
> >>
> >> I added the following lines to this property
> >>"com.sybase.jaguar.server.services"
> >>
> >> package/CompA[10],
> >> package/CompB[10],
> >> package/CompC[10],
> >> package/CompD[10],
> >> package/CompE[10]
> >>
> >>
> >>TIA
> >>
> >>Francois
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
> >___________________________________________________________
> >
> >Carson Hager
> >Team Sybase
> >Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc.
> >Enterprise Application Studio 3.0 Consulting and Training
> >
> > DDS Enterprise Application Framework
> > Available Now as Open Source!
> > http://www.dyn-data.com
> >
>
>


Francois Chamberland Posted on 2000-02-21 16:59:49.0Z
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My server is set for 100 HTTP and 100 client connections. I am also able to
start more than 43 instances if I write my own client threading program that
makes a 100 method calls to the same component. The problem seems to be
with the Jaguar Threading mechanism.

Thanks

Francois

Dave Wolf [Sybase] wrote in message ...
>Francois,
>
>How many users is the server configured for? If you add HTTP threads +
>Configured Users = Total Threads. So by default a server is 25 HTTP + 30
>Users = 55 threads. Id be curious if the server simply isnt running out of
>threads.
>
>Dave Wolf
>Internet Applications Division
>
>Francois Chamberland <francoischamberland@apg.com> wrote in message
>news:eTx2oMIf$GA.204@forums.sybase.com...
>> Here is what I get in srv.log:
>>
>>
>> Feb 21 10:42:10 2000: Jaguar CTS - Component Transaction Server/Version
>> 3.0.1 (Build 30031)/P/PC Intel/Windows NT 4.0/OPT/Jun 24 1999 14:42:26
>>
>> Confidential property of Sybase, Inc.
>> (c) Copyright Sybase Inc. 1987,1998
>> All rights reserved.
>>
>> Use, duplication, or disclosure by the United States Government
>> is subject to restrictions as set forth in FAR subparagraphs
>> 52.227-19 (a)-(d) for civilian agency contracts and DFARS 252.227-7013
>> (c)(1)(ii) for Department of Defense contracts. Sybase reserves all
>> unpublished rights under the copyright laws of the United States.
>> Sybase, Inc. 6475 Christie Avenue, Emeryville, CA 94608 USA.
>> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 1: Jaguar_tds: Active: yes Protocol:
>> 'TDS': 'localhost',7878 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
>> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 2: Jaguar_OpenServer: Active: yes
>> Protocol: 'TDS': 'localhost',7979 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
>> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 3: Jaguar_http: Active: yes Protocol:
>> 'HTTP': 'localhost',8080 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
>> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 4: Jaguar_https1: Active: yes
Protocol:
>> 'HTTPS': 'localhost',8081 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl'
>> Subject DN: CN = Sample1, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST =
>> Some State, C = US
>> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 5: Jaguar_https2: Active: yes
Protocol:
>> 'HTTPS': 'localhost',8082 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl_mutual_auth'
>> Subject DN: CN = Sample2, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST =
>> Some State, C = US
>> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 6: Jaguar_iiop: Active: yes Protocol:
>> 'IIOP': 'localhost',9000 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
>> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 7: Jaguar_iiops1: Active: yes
Protocol:
>> 'IIOPS': 'localhost',9001 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl'
>> Subject DN: CN = Sample1, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST =
>> Some State, C = US
>> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 8: Jaguar_iiops2: Active: yes
Protocol:
>> 'IIOPS': 'localhost',9002 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl_mutual_auth'
>> Subject DN: CN = Sample2, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST =
>> Some State, C = US
>> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 9: Jaguar_iiop1: Active: yes Protocol:
>> 'IIOP': 'JAGY2K',9000 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
>> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Warning: DLL name is different, using previous name
>> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Warning: DLL name is different, using previous name
>> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Starting Jaguar CTS 3.0.1
>> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Java JIT Compiler disabled
>> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Java component debugging disabled
>> Feb 21 10:42:15 2000: Java virtual machine initialized (version 10001)
>> Feb 21 10:42:15 2000: Repository: C:\Program Files\Sybase\Jaguar CTS
>> 3.0\Repository
>> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Server's native codeset is utf8
>> Warning: Failed to initialize SSLServiceProvider: reason: 23
>> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: NameServiceURL: iiop://0:0
>> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Starting services...
>> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Authentication timeout period is 3600 seconds.
>> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Note: authentication timeout can be disabled.
>> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Authentication lockout period is 600 seconds.
>> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Note: authentication lockout can be disabled.
>> ORB_init option = 'NameServiceURL' value = 'iiop://0:0' from environment
>> Feb 21 10:42:17 2000: Started: Jaguar/Repository
>> Feb 21 10:42:18 2000: Started: Jaguar/GarbageCollector
>> Feb 21 10:42:20 2000: Started: Jaguar/JCM
>> Feb 21 10:42:20 2000: Starting Jaguar Naming Services...
>> Feb 21 10:42:20 2000: Started: CosNaming/NamingContext
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Started: CtsServlet/ServletService
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Loading: C:\Program Files\Sybase\Jaguar CTS
>> 3.0\java\classes\fch\fchBeanImpl.class
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Loading: C:\Program Files\Sybase\Jaguar CTS
>> 3.0\java\classes\fch\_sk_fch_fchBean.class
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Started: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running services...
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: CosNaming/NamingContext
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: Jaguar/GarbageCollector
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: CtsServlet/ServletService
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start thread
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService) failed
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:24 2000: Stopped: CosNaming/NamingContext
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Francois
>>
>>
>> Carson Hager[Team Sybase] wrote in message
>> <38aec38d.1937385@forums.sybase.com>...
>> >Are you writing these components in PB? This should invoke [x]
>> >threads of run on a single instance unless concurrency is turned off.
>> >Is this really what you want?
>> >
>> >Do you see anything in the srv.log?
>> >
>> >
>> >Carson
>> >
>> >___________________________________________________________
>> >
>> >Carson Hager
>> >Team Sybase
>> >Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc.
>> >Enterprise Application Studio 3.0 Consulting and Training
>> >http://www.dyn-data.com
>> >
>> > DDS is now hiring EAServer consultants
>> > to support its exploding EAServer business!
>> > Please submit your resume to
>> > hr@dyn-data.com!
>> >
>> >
>> >On Fri, 18 Feb 2000 08:21:52 -0500, "Francois Chamberland"
>> ><francoischamberland@apg.com> wrote:
>> >
>> >>Hi,
>> >>
>> >>I am able to instantiate a certain number of components at Jaguar
>startup.
>> >>But I seem to be limited to 43 instances. ie: 10 for component A, 10
for
>> B,
>> >>10 for C, 10 for D and 3 for E.
>> >>
>> >>Is there a limit?
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>Here is what I did:
>> >>
>> >> I added three methods to my components: run(), start() and stop()
>> >>
>> >> I added the following lines to this property
>> >>"com.sybase.jaguar.server.services"
>> >>
>> >> package/CompA[10],
>> >> package/CompB[10],
>> >> package/CompC[10],
>> >> package/CompD[10],
>> >> package/CompE[10]
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>TIA
>> >>
>> >>Francois
>> >>
>> >>
>> >
>> >
>> >___________________________________________________________
>> >
>> >Carson Hager
>> >Team Sybase
>> >Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc.
>> >Enterprise Application Studio 3.0 Consulting and Training
>> >
>> > DDS Enterprise Application Framework
>> > Available Now as Open Source!
>> > http://www.dyn-data.com
>> >
>>
>>
>
>


Dave Wolf [Sybase] Posted on 2000-02-22 01:52:14.0Z
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Please open a case wit support so we can look into this.

Dave Wolf
Internet Applications Division

Francois Chamberland <francoischamberland@apg.com> wrote in message
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> My server is set for 100 HTTP and 100 client connections. I am also able
to
> start more than 43 instances if I write my own client threading program
that
> makes a 100 method calls to the same component. The problem seems to be
> with the Jaguar Threading mechanism.
>
> Thanks
>
> Francois
>
> Dave Wolf [Sybase] wrote in message ...
> >Francois,
> >
> >How many users is the server configured for? If you add HTTP threads +
> >Configured Users = Total Threads. So by default a server is 25 HTTP + 30
> >Users = 55 threads. Id be curious if the server simply isnt running out
of
> >threads.
> >
> >Dave Wolf
> >Internet Applications Division
> >
> >Francois Chamberland <francoischamberland@apg.com> wrote in message
> >news:eTx2oMIf$GA.204@forums.sybase.com...
> >> Here is what I get in srv.log:
> >>
> >>
> >> Feb 21 10:42:10 2000: Jaguar CTS - Component Transaction Server/Version
> >> 3.0.1 (Build 30031)/P/PC Intel/Windows NT 4.0/OPT/Jun 24 1999 14:42:26
> >>
> >> Confidential property of Sybase, Inc.
> >> (c) Copyright Sybase Inc. 1987,1998
> >> All rights reserved.
> >>
> >> Use, duplication, or disclosure by the United States Government
> >> is subject to restrictions as set forth in FAR subparagraphs
> >> 52.227-19 (a)-(d) for civilian agency contracts and DFARS 252.227-7013
> >> (c)(1)(ii) for Department of Defense contracts. Sybase reserves all
> >> unpublished rights under the copyright laws of the United States.
> >> Sybase, Inc. 6475 Christie Avenue, Emeryville, CA 94608 USA.
> >> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 1: Jaguar_tds: Active: yes Protocol:
> >> 'TDS': 'localhost',7878 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
> >> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 2: Jaguar_OpenServer: Active: yes
> >> Protocol: 'TDS': 'localhost',7979 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
> >> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 3: Jaguar_http: Active: yes
Protocol:
> >> 'HTTP': 'localhost',8080 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
> >> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 4: Jaguar_https1: Active: yes
> Protocol:
> >> 'HTTPS': 'localhost',8081 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl'
> >> Subject DN: CN = Sample1, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST
=
> >> Some State, C = US
> >> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 5: Jaguar_https2: Active: yes
> Protocol:
> >> 'HTTPS': 'localhost',8082 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl_mutual_auth'
> >> Subject DN: CN = Sample2, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST
=
> >> Some State, C = US
> >> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 6: Jaguar_iiop: Active: yes
Protocol:
> >> 'IIOP': 'localhost',9000 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
> >> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 7: Jaguar_iiops1: Active: yes
> Protocol:
> >> 'IIOPS': 'localhost',9001 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl'
> >> Subject DN: CN = Sample1, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST
=
> >> Some State, C = US
> >> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 8: Jaguar_iiops2: Active: yes
> Protocol:
> >> 'IIOPS': 'localhost',9002 Security Profile: 'sybpks_intl_mutual_auth'
> >> Subject DN: CN = Sample2, O = Some Organization, L = Some Locality, ST
=
> >> Some State, C = US
> >> Feb 21 10:42:13 2000: Listener # 9: Jaguar_iiop1: Active: yes
Protocol:
> >> 'IIOP': 'JAGY2K',9000 Security Profile: '*NONE*'
> >> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Warning: DLL name is different, using previous
name
> >> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Warning: DLL name is different, using previous
name
> >> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Starting Jaguar CTS 3.0.1
> >> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Java JIT Compiler disabled
> >> Feb 21 10:42:14 2000: Java component debugging disabled
> >> Feb 21 10:42:15 2000: Java virtual machine initialized (version 10001)
> >> Feb 21 10:42:15 2000: Repository: C:\Program Files\Sybase\Jaguar CTS
> >> 3.0\Repository
> >> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Server's native codeset is utf8
> >> Warning: Failed to initialize SSLServiceProvider: reason: 23
> >> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: NameServiceURL: iiop://0:0
> >> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Starting services...
> >> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Authentication timeout period is 3600 seconds.
> >> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Note: authentication timeout can be disabled.
> >> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Authentication lockout period is 600 seconds.
> >> Feb 21 10:42:16 2000: Note: authentication lockout can be disabled.
> >> ORB_init option = 'NameServiceURL' value = 'iiop://0:0' from
environment
> >> Feb 21 10:42:17 2000: Started: Jaguar/Repository
> >> Feb 21 10:42:18 2000: Started: Jaguar/GarbageCollector
> >> Feb 21 10:42:20 2000: Started: Jaguar/JCM
> >> Feb 21 10:42:20 2000: Starting Jaguar Naming Services...
> >> Feb 21 10:42:20 2000: Started: CosNaming/NamingContext
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Started: CtsServlet/ServletService
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Loading: C:\Program Files\Sybase\Jaguar CTS
> >> 3.0\java\classes\fch\fchBeanImpl.class
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Loading: C:\Program Files\Sybase\Jaguar CTS
> >> 3.0\java\classes\fch\_sk_fch_fchBean.class
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Started: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running services...
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: CosNaming/NamingContext
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: Jaguar/GarbageCollector
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: CtsServlet/ServletService
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start
thread
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService)
failed
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start
thread
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService)
failed
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start
thread
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService)
failed
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start
thread
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService)
failed
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start
thread
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService)
failed
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start
thread
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService)
failed
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: SRVLIB Message: 16115/10/0: Could not start
thread
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Server::startServices: srv_spawn(runService)
failed
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:21 2000: Running: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:24 2000: Stopped: CosNaming/NamingContext
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >> Feb 21 10:42:31 2000: Stopped: fch/fchBean
> >>
> >> Thanks
> >>
> >> Francois
> >>
> >>
> >> Carson Hager[Team Sybase] wrote in message
> >> <38aec38d.1937385@forums.sybase.com>...
> >> >Are you writing these components in PB? This should invoke [x]
> >> >threads of run on a single instance unless concurrency is turned off.
> >> >Is this really what you want?
> >> >
> >> >Do you see anything in the srv.log?
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >Carson
> >> >
> >> >___________________________________________________________
> >> >
> >> >Carson Hager
> >> >Team Sybase
> >> >Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc.
> >> >Enterprise Application Studio 3.0 Consulting and Training
> >> >http://www.dyn-data.com
> >> >
> >> > DDS is now hiring EAServer consultants
> >> > to support its exploding EAServer business!
> >> > Please submit your resume to
> >> > hr@dyn-data.com!
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >On Fri, 18 Feb 2000 08:21:52 -0500, "Francois Chamberland"
> >> ><francoischamberland@apg.com> wrote:
> >> >
> >> >>Hi,
> >> >>
> >> >>I am able to instantiate a certain number of components at Jaguar
> >startup.
> >> >>But I seem to be limited to 43 instances. ie: 10 for component A, 10
> for
> >> B,
> >> >>10 for C, 10 for D and 3 for E.
> >> >>
> >> >>Is there a limit?
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>Here is what I did:
> >> >>
> >> >> I added three methods to my components: run(), start() and stop()
> >> >>
> >> >> I added the following lines to this property
> >> >>"com.sybase.jaguar.server.services"
> >> >>
> >> >> package/CompA[10],
> >> >> package/CompB[10],
> >> >> package/CompC[10],
> >> >> package/CompD[10],
> >> >> package/CompE[10]
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>TIA
> >> >>
> >> >>Francois
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >___________________________________________________________
> >> >
> >> >Carson Hager
> >> >Team Sybase
> >> >Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc.
> >> >Enterprise Application Studio 3.0 Consulting and Training
> >> >
> >> > DDS Enterprise Application Framework
> >> > Available Now as Open Source!
> >> > http://www.dyn-data.com
> >> >
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
>
>


Francois Chamberland Posted on 2000-02-21 13:50:17.0Z
Newsgroups: sybase.public.easerver
From: "Francois Chamberland" <francoischamberland@apg.com>
Subject: Re: Instantiting components as a service
Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2000 08:50:17 -0500
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Hi Carson,

No I am writing these components in Power J. Concurrency and Pooling
options are turned on. I can go up to 43 components of all kinds. But the
total number of components is 43!

I also tried it with the "Deployment" version of EAS 3.01. Same results.

It is either a limit or ?????


Thanks

Francois

Carson Hager[Team Sybase] wrote in message
<38aec38d.1937385@forums.sybase.com>...
>Are you writing these components in PB? This should invoke [x]
>threads of run on a single instance unless concurrency is turned off.
>Is this really what you want?
>
>Do you see anything in the srv.log?
>
>
>Carson
>
>___________________________________________________________
>
>Carson Hager
>Team Sybase
>Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc.
>Enterprise Application Studio 3.0 Consulting and Training
>http://www.dyn-data.com
>
> DDS is now hiring EAServer consultants
> to support its exploding EAServer business!
> Please submit your resume to
> hr@dyn-data.com!
>
>
>On Fri, 18 Feb 2000 08:21:52 -0500, "Francois Chamberland"
><francoischamberland@apg.com> wrote:
>
>>Hi,
>>
>>I am able to instantiate a certain number of components at Jaguar startup.
>>But I seem to be limited to 43 instances. ie: 10 for component A, 10 for
B,
>>10 for C, 10 for D and 3 for E.
>>
>>Is there a limit?
>>
>>
>>Here is what I did:
>>
>> I added three methods to my components: run(), start() and stop()
>>
>> I added the following lines to this property
>>"com.sybase.jaguar.server.services"
>>
>> package/CompA[10],
>> package/CompB[10],
>> package/CompC[10],
>> package/CompD[10],
>> package/CompE[10]
>>
>>
>>TIA
>>
>>Francois
>>
>>
>
>
>___________________________________________________________
>
>Carson Hager
>Team Sybase
>Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc.
>Enterprise Application Studio 3.0 Consulting and Training
>
> DDS Enterprise Application Framework
> Available Now as Open Source!
> http://www.dyn-data.com
>


Francois Chamberland Posted on 2000-02-21 14:13:00.0Z
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Hi Carson,

No I am writing these components in Power J. Concurrency and Pooling
options are turned on. I can go up to 43 components of all kinds. But the
total number of components is 43!

I also tried it with the "Deployment" version of EAS 3.01. Same results.

It is either a limit or ?????


Thanks

Francois

Carson Hager[Team Sybase] wrote in message
<38aec38d.1937385@forums.sybase.com>...
>Are you writing these components in PB? This should invoke [x]
>threads of run on a single instance unless concurrency is turned off.
>Is this really what you want?
>
>Do you see anything in the srv.log?
>
>
>Carson
>
>___________________________________________________________
>
>Carson Hager
>Team Sybase
>Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc.
>Enterprise Application Studio 3.0 Consulting and Training
>http://www.dyn-data.com
>
> DDS is now hiring EAServer consultants
> to support its exploding EAServer business!
> Please submit your resume to
> hr@dyn-data.com!
>
>
>On Fri, 18 Feb 2000 08:21:52 -0500, "Francois Chamberland"
><francoischamberland@apg.com> wrote:
>
>>Hi,
>>
>>I am able to instantiate a certain number of components at Jaguar startup.
>>But I seem to be limited to 43 instances. ie: 10 for component A, 10 for
B,
>>10 for C, 10 for D and 3 for E.
>>
>>Is there a limit?
>>
>>
>>Here is what I did:
>>
>> I added three methods to my components: run(), start() and stop()
>>
>> I added the following lines to this property
>>"com.sybase.jaguar.server.services"
>>
>> package/CompA[10],
>> package/CompB[10],
>> package/CompC[10],
>> package/CompD[10],
>> package/CompE[10]
>>
>>
>>TIA
>>
>>Francois
>>
>>
>
>
>___________________________________________________________
>
>Carson Hager
>Team Sybase
>Dynamic Data Solutions, Inc.
>Enterprise Application Studio 3.0 Consulting and Training
>
> DDS Enterprise Application Framework
> Available Now as Open Source!
> http://www.dyn-data.com
>