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From "Hiram Chirino" <hi...@hiramchirino.com>
Subject Re: Orphan connections from .NET clients
Date Thu, 07 Jun 2007 04:28:43 GMT
Odd. look like a bug.  You using 4.1.1?


On 6/6/07, Gaurav Hariani <gaurav@blackspark.com> wrote:
> Since James and Hiram are back on the list ... I thought I'd repost this-
>
> We are facing a problem of orphan connections to ActiveMQ. A simple .NET
> client that only creates a connection/session and then closes and exits,
> still shows up in jconsole.
> It is possible to stop it manually in jconsole.
>
> Below is an example to reproduce the problem:
>
>
> The following code creates a connection to an OpenWire transport
> connector, waits for 1 second and then closes the session/connection.
> Looking at JConsole ... ActiveMQ reports the connection as open. Too
> many open connections and ActiveMQ stops processing messages.
>
> However if the connection is not closed by the application and the
> application is killed using Ctrl-C ... then ActiveMQ closes the
> connections.
>
> Is there something obvious that I'm doing wrong or is this a bug in the
> TcpTransport code?
>
>
>
> using System;
> using System.Threading;
> using NMS;
>
> namespace ActiveMQ {
>    class TestMain {
>
>        static void Main(string[] args) {
>
>            Uri uri = new Uri("tcp://activemqserver:61616");
>
>            ConnectionFactory factory = new ConnectionFactory(uri);
>            IConnection connection = null;
>            ISession session = null;
>
>            try {
>                connection = factory.CreateConnection();
>                Console.WriteLine("Connection Created");
>
>                connection.ClientId = "[test1] " + connection.ClientId;
>
>                session = connection.CreateSession();
>                Console.WriteLine("Session Created");
>
>                Thread.Sleep(1000);
>
>            } finally {
>                session.Close();
>                connection.Close();
>                Console.WriteLine("Connection Closed");
>            }
>        }
>    }
> }
>


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Regards,
Hiram

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