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Author Topic: JPPF running with tomcat, creates new connection with every request  (Read 1303 times)


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I am using jppf inside tomcat application and every time there's a request, jppf client creates new connection with the driver (running locally and in local-node-enabled mode). But the connection creation for every single request takes a good amount of time(~500ms). Do I need to create a jppf client connection pool at the time of tomcat server startup and keep the connections open until tomcat stops.


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Yes, you need to keep the conenctions open and reuse them for each request.
I am guessing that you are creating a JPPFClient instance for each request, is this correct?
If yes, then you will need to change your design a little bit and ensure that all requests use the same instance, which you can implement as a singleton or any other pattern that allows you to use always this instance.

I hope this clarifies.

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