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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 31760] - Handle / Semaphore Leak?
Date Fri, 22 Oct 2004 07:49:04 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From niededir@gmx.de  2004-10-22 07:49 -------
Please let me clarify what I mean:
In any case Cocoon needs to consume a lot of handles. If you do Cocoon going to 
work by surfing on it, it will increase the heandlesize. 10000 are OK when they 
a really nedded. There is no other way.
But my intension for this Bug report is the increasing without a reason. If you 
start Tomcat/Cocoon, it will have an amount lower than 1000. When it is 
running - nothing more, the handle size will increase by about 50 every minute. 
Is there a limit and where is the limit? I tested an invoking of the GC with no 
decreasing and its still growing up.
If there is a leak, it should be fixed. Regardless of critical or not. Lets try 
to figure out the reason. Think about a production environment that’s running 
months without restart. System handle are not unlimited. I don't know what will 
happen, but I think it will not be an improvement.

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