[jboss-user] [Remoting] - Re: ServerInvocationHandler Performance problem
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Fri Jul 17 14:02:18 EDT 2009
Sorry to be dense, but I'm just not following you. Are you asking how to determine how many connections are coming into a Remoting server?
If so, and assuming you are using the socket transport, then I can tell you that each connection to the server is represented by an org.jboss.remoting.transport.socket.ServerThread. The ServerThread manages invocations coming in over a single socket. It sits in a loop like this:
| while (socket is open)
| read invocation
| process invocation
| return result
So the ServerThread could be sitting in SocketInputStream.read() waiting for the next invocation, but I guess you could still consider it an active connection. To get the number of currently active ServerThreads, you can do something like:
| ((SocketServerInvoker) serverInvoker).getCurrentClientPoolSize()
assuming you have access to the ServerInvoker. For example, if you're trying to make the call from an implementation of org.jboss.remoting.ServerInvocationHandler, you can implement ServerInvocationHandler.setInvoker() to store a reference to the ServerInvoker.
If I've misunderstood your question, please try again.
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