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From john <john.fans...@ateb.com>
Subject ACtiveMQConnection leak
Date Tue, 14 Feb 2012 15:13:34 GMT
I'm running the fuse 4.4.1-fuse-01-13 ESB release which includes camel 2.8
and activemq 5.5.1.

I have a simple camel route whose job is to ensure that a message queue has
X number of records from a db queued up for a consumer. When the timer on
the route fires, a POJO is called. 

The bean uses the camel producer template to send a message to
activemq:queue:ActiveMQ.Statistics.Destination.MYQUEUE to determine how many
messages are currently on the queue. I have the statistics plugin enabled.

The issue I have is that when this route is enabled, I see a slow climb in
PS Old Gen memory. A heap dump shows a ton of ActiveMQConnection and
TransportConnectState objects.

This didn't occur in the much older fuse release we were using. It used
camel 2.2 and activemq 5.4.0.

I do have activemq pooling enabled in the spring configuration. I can
include that information if needed.

I appreciate any help!

-john

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