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From "Rob Gregory" <...@RosesGroup.co.uk>
Subject RE: Help finding dbcp connection leaks
Date Wed, 18 Jan 2006 01:21:16 GMT
Hi Joel,

 

A good bit of software for this is Borland Server Trace BUT they got greedy
and the last time I checked Borland wanted about 50K for a single user
license!!! After that I dumped Jbuilder (at over 1k per developer) for
Eclipse and we have NEVER looked BACK which is prob why they need to charge
1k for JBuilder. rumor has it they are dumping JBuilder in favour of just
supporting Eclipse but that's talk for a different Thread and maybe even a
different List ;o)

 

I have not found an alternative open source replacement (or even a crack for
Server Trace which I only need at testing, and is not 50K good) so like you,
live in hope.

 

Only my personal comments & my company don't really know how much I really
do anyway.

 

  _____  

From: Joel McConaughy [mailto:joel@displayware.com] 
Sent: 17 January 2006 21:40
To: users@cocoon.apache.org
Subject: Help finding dbcp connection leaks

 

I suspect we have a connection leak in our application.  There is a
logAbandoned parameter for dbcp but I can figure out how to configure it in
cocoon 2.1.7/tomcat 5.5.9/mysql 4.1.11.  The documentation on this is
"sparse".

 

Is there a better way to find connection leaks?

 

Thanks.

 

joel


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