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load limitation in server
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Load limitation in server

A Web server (program) has defined load limits, because it can handle only a limited number of concurrent client connections (usually between 2 and 80,000, by default between 500 and 1,000) per IP address (and TCP port) and it can serve only a certain maximum number of requests per second depending on:

its own settings;

the HTTP request type;

content origin (static or dynamic);

the fact that the served content is or is not cached;

Example and Use

1. Apache HTTP Server:-To process .html and .php pages.

2. Tomcat Server:-To process .jsp pages