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From Oleg Kalnichevski <ol...@apache.org>
Subject Re: idle connections / connection reuse
Date Wed, 13 Jul 2011 18:18:30 GMT
On Wed, 2011-07-13 at 12:55 -0400, Jon Moore wrote:
> Hi folks,
> As a result of looking into the adaptive connection pools, I noticed
> that the ConnPoolByRoute uses a queue to manage its open, reusable
> connections, meaning the connections get used in a FIFO (round-robin)
> fashion. One downside of this is that if the client currently has more
> connections open than it really needs to keep up, it won't ever close
> them.
> For example, suppose during a burst of activity, the client ends up
> with 3 open connections, but then settles down to a steady-state of
> executing 2 requests per second, where each request takes 1 second on
> average. In theory, the client could be getting away with just using
> two connections here, but because the 3 existing connections are used
> in a round-robin fashion, none of them are ever reclaimed and closed
> by the "close idle connections" mechanism.
> I think if the ConnPoolByRoute simply used a stack (LIFO) instead of a
> queue that any excess capacity in terms of open connections would
> eventually get reclaimed. I'm going to prototype this quickly, but
> wanted to see if anyone else had any feedback.
> Jon

This does sounds like a bug which we should fix for the next release.


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