Apologies if this has all been asked before but I cannot seem to find the definitive
answer I was looking for and this post seems as close as I can get.
I am using jboss-4.2.2.GA, out of the box and using EJB3.
I see the same issues that were originally posted by Kumarselvan (JBREM-877), namely I see
several sockets being closed when a client is obtaining a proxy connection and want to
keep the socket open for the next request.
Having read your posts, I have edited
so that the ejb3 connector now reads:
| <attribute name="Configuration">
On restarting jboss, I see no difference in behaviour.
I then downloaded jboss-remoting 2.4.0.GA and replaced the jboss-remoting.jar under
server/default/lib, restarted the server but see no difference in behaviour.
Am I being really stupid ? I hope so.
How can I make the socket linger and be reused and cutdown on the socket
creation/destruction overhead ?
Any assistance will be gratefully received :-)
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