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From "Greg Monroe" <Greg.Mon...@DukeCE.com>
Subject RE: Still socket problems
Date Fri, 14 Apr 2006 13:52:44 GMT
I use MS SQL with Torque and have load tested some of my webapp to 
the point of 400+ users averaging 30+ page req/sec (with at least 
one query per page) and not had problems.

One thing that I do differently was to use the open source jTDS 
driver instead of MS's.  It's been stable for years, delivered with
a lot of products, passes the J2EE 1.3 cert (which I don't think MS's 
drivers do), and is generally highly recommended by a lot of good 
folks. (And it supports SQL 7.0 for folks stuck with that :)  ).


If this isn't the problem, then come back with some details on
your property settings, etc.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: KERNEUZET FREDERIC [mailto:Frederic.Kerneuzet@pr-gicm.com] 
> i've got problems when i "stress" my webapp : when i reach 28 
> simultaneous users, connections time out because of socket 
> ERROR (10048) => concurrent access on a same socket.
> I'm using an SQL Server with Microsoft driver and SharedPool 
> for my connection ...
> Has someone encountered problems like this ?

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