[Aerogear-users] Many established connections to Apple servers

Matthias Wessendorf matzew at apache.org
Wed Jan 18 15:57:28 EST 2017

only apple?

they should be cleaned up...

FWIW, we are looking at replacing their existing APIs w/ their newer HTTP/2
backend... but that's not yet started, but on the pipeline

On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 11:18 AM, benjaminfras <benjamin.fras at petafuel.de>

> Hi,
> we have an aerogear installation deployed on a EAP 6.4.11 domain mode. It
> is
> working fine so far, however after some time we see plenty of open
> connections to apple servers (17.188). Today we hit a peak with over 3000
> open connections. It seems that each connection is tied to a separate
> thread, thus we had over 3000 threads as well. This is when our monitoring
> fired and our operation guy got alerted.
> On average we're sending approx. 40 push messages every 5 minutes to both
> android and ios devices.
> This is a snippet of what the netstat output looks like:
> Is this expected behavior? Is it possible to set a max limit or something
> similar?
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