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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [HttpConn][HttpClient] status update
Date Mon, 12 Feb 2007 17:26:23 GMT
On 12/02/07, Tom Lipkis <tal@pss.com> wrote:
> > We should modify that action, switching the stream
> > into an EOF mode where the underlying connection is no longer
> > blocked, but no IOExceptions are triggered either. I'll open
> > a JIRA issue for that.
> Thanks!
> > Regarding the tolerance debate, maybe we can add a "zero tolerance"
> > mode to the connection managers in HttpConn 4. One that shuts down
> > the JVM if a connection leak is detected. I'll keep it in mind.
> If you do this, please allow the application to decide what happens if
> the condition is detected.  In testing, I might want to exit, but in
> production, exiting the JVM is a bit extreme.
> One tool I use to help locate unclosed streams is in
> http://lockss.cvs.sourceforge.net/lockss/lockss-daemon/src/org/lockss/util/MonitoringInputStream.java?revision=1.4&view=markup
> It records a stack trace when the stream is opened, which it logs iff
> the stream is GCed without having been closed.

Findbugs is pretty good at finding potentially unclosed streams, and a
lot more besides ...


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