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From "Szekeres, Zoltan" <Zoltan.Szeke...@morganstanley.com>
Subject Request exceeding 1MB makes server close connection
Date Wed, 30 Nov 2016 12:33:45 GMT
Hi ZooKeeper team,

We've run into the situation where we've sent more than 1MB of data with a create request
and the server closed the connection. I understand this is an abuse of the system and it's
not recommended and also it can be configured via "jute.maxbuffer". However it's not obvious
at first look what has caused the connection to be closed, because only a connection loss
is seen by the client. Also if we retry on connection loss (which is done automatically by
Apache Curator), we retry the operation until our retry policy allows it, which means creating
a new connection on each retry.
Would it be possible to change the behavior to return an error code, instead of closing the

Zoltan  Szekeres


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