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[JIRA] Created: (XADISK-152) When using clustering, the sessions do not close connections to the master concurrency control.

  • From: "Nitin Verma (JIRA)" <jira-no-reply@...>
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  • Subject: [JIRA] Created: (XADISK-152) When using clustering, the sessions do not close connections to the master concurrency control.
  • Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2013 16:53:19 +0000 (UTC)
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When using clustering, the sessions do not close connections to the master 
concurrency control.
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                 Key: XADISK-152
                 URL: https://java.net/jira/browse/XADISK-152
             Project: xadisk
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: filesystem
    Affects Versions: 1.2.2
            Reporter: Nitin Verma
            Assignee: Nitin Verma


When using clustering, the sessions created in the slave xadisk instances 
depend upon the concurrency-control of the master xadisk instance. If the 
master xadisk instance is a remote one, a proxy named 
RemoteConcurrencyControl is handed over to the sessions for the same. As this 
proxy object encapsulate a communication channel, so a new proxy object 
(hence a new channel) is needed for every such session. But sessions do not 
disconnect from these remote proxy objects. This leads to accumulation of 
channels, conversation-context (and their hosted object contexts) etc. Hence 
memory "leaks".

Solution is to disconnect from remote-concurrency-control as a session is 
done (eg in cleanup).

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[JIRA] Created: (XADISK-152) When using clustering, the sessions do not close connections to the master concurrency control.

Nitin Verma (JIRA) 10/14/2013

[JIRA] Resolved: (XADISK-152) When using clustering, the sessions do not close connections to the master concurrency control.

Nitin Verma (JIRA) 10/15/2013
 
 
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