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From bvahdat <>
Subject Re: camel-netty - No buffer space available (maximum connections reached?)
Date Tue, 20 Dec 2011 14:36:39 GMT

You maybe also want to give it a try for the *keepAlive* option as well [1]
(set it to false, however there would be a performance-trade-off doing this
here) and send your messages in chunks (sleep in between long enough so that
all your open socket connections you've opened in each chunk-send are
properly closed), so that instead of 15000 *at once* send them for example
in 1000 block-loop. And if you run on Windows-Box then [2] should give you
also some hints as well. Maybe also make use of the 'netstat' command to see
how your TCP/IP connection states look like on your box.



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