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From "Julien Vermillard (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Created: (DIRMINA-49) MINA doesn't cleanup failed sockets
Date Wed, 01 Jun 2005 08:16:52 GMT
MINA doesn't cleanup failed sockets

         Key: DIRMINA-49
     Project: Directory MINA
        Type: Bug
    Versions: 0.7.1    
 Environment: A computer try to connect to an unavaible TCP port, and retry every seconds
simply using :
session = connector.connect(new InetSocketAddress(hostname, port),protocolProvider);
after some times this exception is fired : Too many open files
	at Method)
    Reporter: Julien Vermillard
 Assigned to: Trustin Lee 
    Priority: Critical

(09:56:19) vrm: ran in a strange exception :
(09:56:20) vrm: 1 juin 2005 09:53:56 org.apache.mina.common.DefaultExceptionMonitor exceptionCaught
ATTENTION: Unexpected exception. Too many open files
	at Method)
(09:56:46) trustin: Too many open files..
(09:57:13) vrm: yep I try to connect to some devices who are offlines
(09:57:20) vrm: and I retry every 2 seconds
(09:57:46) trustin: devices offline? Could you explain it more?
(09:58:43) vrm: my server try to connect to another computer (SockectConnector), but the computer
is down
(09:59:15) vrm: session = connector.connect(new InetSocketAddress(hostname, port),protocolProvider);
(09:59:26) vrm: it throw an IOException
(09:59:31) vrm: (of course)
(09:59:47) vrm: and my program try to reconnect 2 seconds later
(09:59:57) trustin: Ahhhhh I see.
(10:00:08) trustin: It seems like the it doesn't clean up failed socket.
(10:00:15) trustin: Could you post it to JIRA?
(10:00:28) trustin: I'll try to fix it tonight or tomorrow morning.
(10:00:37) vrm: you know where I can see if it's cleaned or not ? (it's perhaps in my code)
(10:01:18) vrm: before I post a nobug in jira :)
(10:01:52) trustin: You can't see its cleaned or not from outside of MINA.
(10:02:36) vrm: ok
(10:02:41) vrm: I post it

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