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From "Varley, Roger" <>
Subject RE: How to forcibly close abandoned database connections?
Date Wed, 10 Jan 2007 14:37:29 GMT

> I agree that is probably what is happening, since the application has
> gone idle.  However, with garbage collection, while it will only
> reclaim memory when necessary, there is a way to force garbage
> collection.  I am looking for a similar process with abandoned
> database connections.

If the connections will only re-cycle with increased demand, could you not create that demand
with an "admin" type program that requests, opens & then closes X connections?



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