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From "Katilie, John" <John.Kati...@softwareagusa.com>
Subject RE: Connection Pooling and Teradata
Date Wed, 18 Jun 2008 14:31:02 GMT
Chris, Thanks for your reply. I'll do some more testing. May i ask a
dumb question? How did you turn on your tracing to get:

Wed Jun 18 09:39:20 EDT 2008 INFO: Profiler Event: [QUERY]      at
org.apache.tomcat.dbcp.dbcp.DelegatingStatement.executeQuery(DelegatingS
tatement.java:208)
duration: 0 ms, connection-id: 1236, statement-id: 41, resultset-id: 39,
message: SELECT 1
Wed Jun 18 09:39:20 EDT 2008 INFO: Profiler Event: [FETCH]      at
org.apache.tomcat.dbcp.dbcp.DelegatingStatement.executeQuery(DelegatingS
tatement.java:208)
duration: 0 ms, connection-id: 1236, statement-id: 41, resultset-id: 39
...

I tried doing a number of things but could never get any trace output
from org.apache.tomcat.dbcp.*. That's when I ended up turning on the
Teradata driver tracing by adding LOG=DEBUG in the url string.

Thanks again, John Katilie
 
-----Original Message-----
From: Christopher Schultz [mailto:chris@christopherschultz.net] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 18, 2008 9:46 AM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: Connection Pooling and Teradata

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Katilie,

Katilie, John wrote:
| Basically, I have a web application that communicates with Teradata
| under Tomcat using a DBCP pooled connection. In my context.xml file I
| have:

[snip]

|       validationQuery="Select 1"

[snip]

| Via JNDI we get the Resource object, get a connection, create a
| statement, issue the statement, close the statement and then close the
| connection. Everything works just fine. But looking at a Teradata
| command log and then turning on LOG=DEBUG on the URL I see 2 things.
|
| 1st. Everytime we get a connection I see a "Select 1" followed by a
| BT/Rollback being issued and

The "SELECT 1" is because of your validation query in the <Resource>
configuration. I'm not sure why a ROLLBACK is being issued -- perhaps
your driver does this automatically or something?

| 2nd: Everytime we close the connection I see an "Abort" followed by
| multiple ET/Commit's being issued

Again, this might be your driver. You should write yourself a little
test class to just issue a simple query, and turn on DEBUG mode on your
driver, to see what happens when connection pooling is not used.

Are you using transactions?

I'm using MySQL 5.0.x with Connector/J 5.0.8 on TC 5.5.23 and Java
1.5.0_13 and my JDBC driver reports the following queries when executing
"SELECT 'foo'" without a transaction or anything like that. Auto-commit
is set to "true".

Wed Jun 18 09:39:20 EDT 2008 INFO: Profiler Event: [QUERY]      at
org.apache.tomcat.dbcp.dbcp.DelegatingStatement.executeQuery(DelegatingS
tatement.java:208)
duration: 0 ms, connection-id: 1236, statement-id: 41, resultset-id: 39,
message: SELECT 1
Wed Jun 18 09:39:20 EDT 2008 INFO: Profiler Event: [FETCH]      at
org.apache.tomcat.dbcp.dbcp.DelegatingStatement.executeQuery(DelegatingS
tatement.java:208)
duration: 0 ms, connection-id: 1236, statement-id: 41, resultset-id: 39
Wed Jun 18 09:39:20 EDT 2008 INFO: Profiler Event: [QUERY]      at
org.apache.tomcat.dbcp.dbcp.DelegatingStatement.executeQuery(DelegatingS
tatement.java:208)
duration: 1 ms, connection-id: 1236, statement-id: 42, resultset-id: 40,
message: SELECT 'foo'
Wed Jun 18 09:39:20 EDT 2008 INFO: Profiler Event: [FETCH]      at
org.apache.tomcat.dbcp.dbcp.DelegatingStatement.executeQuery(DelegatingS
tatement.java:208)
duration: 0 ms, connection-id: 1236, statement-id: 42, resultset-id: 40

Through all that, the only queries executed are:

SELECT 1      (the validation query)
SELECT 'foo'  (the query I wanted to run)

| I've seen similar things with other DB's and am now wondering if I
have
| a problem or is this the way it is designed to work?
|
| Using connection pooling is it normal to issue the above commands when
a
| connection is obtained and closed? Is there something I can do to say
| don't do it? Is it an Application error, Tomcat error or JDBC driver
| error?

I would take some of your code out of your application and run it in a
test bed -- that will tell you how much of the overhead is coming from
your own application and how much is being added by DBCP. There's always
the possibility that your driver itself is adding these COMMIT/ROLLBACK
queries.

- -chris
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