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From "Kasim Sert (Ibtech-Software Infrastructure)" <>
Subject FTP and SFTP connect method difference
Date Mon, 11 Jan 2016 09:05:16 GMT

I have a camel application which polls thousands of folders in both ftp and sftp modes. Because
of too many connection overhead, I am trying to pool connections. I have tried to pool RemoteFileOperations
objects using DefaultServicePool utility and it seem to be working good for sftp case. However
it does not work for ftp case since it does not control if its already connected to ftp at
the beggining of connect method.

SftpOperations case :
    public boolean connect(RemoteFileConfiguration configuration) throws GenericFileOperationFailedException
        if (isConnected()) {
            // already connected
            return true;

Since FtpOperations does not have this control it always reconnects. Is this a development
bug or done for purpose.
What do you suggest me as a workaround for this?

Thanks in advance.

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