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From Igor Sapego <isap...@gridgain.com>
Subject Re: Get client node instance
Date Tue, 17 May 2016 12:00:11 GMT

I don't see how it currently possible to use shared memory to shared Ignite
instance among different processes. What I propose is to not start different
process on user request but maybe start separate thread instead so you will
have single address space among all clients. Is it possible for you?

ODBC driver thread-safe in terms of connections. It means that you can use
concurrently create and use several connections with it. Connection itself
not thread safe as for now, meaning you can't use the same connection among
several threads without additional synchronization.

But if you want to use the same connection from several threads concurrently
does it mean you can also use Ignite instance from several threads? I mean
without creating new process for every user request?

Best Regards,

On Tue, May 17, 2016 at 7:04 AM, arthi <Arthi.Kasturirangan.ap@nielsen.com>

> Hi Igor,
> I was wondering if the ODBC driver that will come up in v1.6 is thread
> safe?
> Can we do a connection pooling using this driver from our calling
> application level?
> I am just trying to see if we can go with the ODBC driver to connect to the
> grid instead of the c++ client API.
> Thanks,
> Arthi
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