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Re: Socket activation



On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 12:29 PM, Clayton Coleman <ccoleman redhat com> wrote:
> Realistically, activation is going to range from 1-120seconds, with a large percentage being <20s and a slightly larger cluster around 30-40s for big Java stacks.  Can we tolerate drops in those windows?  Magical activation and idling only works when you can mask the end effect to the user - a 15-20s transaction is going to almost always result in user failure so it really doesn't matter how long it takes after that.

We're using the activation model because a cleanly shut-down instance
of MariaDB and PHP-FPM can come online in <5-10 seconds.

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