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Parameters for Shrinking Connection Pool Size [message #1806852] Thu, 16 May 2019 10:56 Go to next message
Narunart Kitiyakara is currently offline Narunart KitiyakaraFriend
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I have an application that does its database activity in infrequent bursts, so I'd like it to use a reasonably large connection pool when it gets one of those bursts but close the database connections after some amount of time that I still need to decide on. (At present, it appears to be holding the connections open forever and starving other, non-Java, processing of connections.) Is there some way to configure how long the internal connection pool holds a connection open (beyond those specified by the connection-pool.min property)? Or do I need to switch to an external connection pool that does support that kind of thing? Thanks.
Re: Parameters for Shrinking Connection Pool Size [message #1807364 is a reply to message #1806852] Tue, 28 May 2019 15:21 Go to previous message
Chris Delahunt is currently offline Chris DelahuntFriend
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If there is inactivity, you would need some timer to periodically check for unused connections and close them if opened longer then a set time. EclipseLink's pool does not have processes spawned to monitor connections within the pool, so the best option would be to use an external datasource class.
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