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jdbc(loadbalance) completely fills connection pool
Posted by: Егор Иванов ()
Date: July 24, 2013 01:36AM

Hello. Currently I'm trying to implement load balancing with jdbc driver, so I'm writing connection string like jdbc:mysql:loadbalance://... But I'm encountering such problem: after some navigation through application I get exception "jdbc loadbalance SQLNestedException: Cannot get a connection, pool exhausted" (we are using dbcp (maxIdle), hibernate and we're having max_connections=600 in the both mysql nodes). In that time I ask mysql "SHOW PROCESSLIST" and it shows me about 500 connections. Without loadbalance (therefore for only one mysql node) it returns me alltime about 3-4 opened connections...
I have no idea what's wrong... we're using mysql-connector 5.0.8..
Has somebody any idea? Maybe should I provide more information? Any help or comment would be appreciated...

PS. I'd like to say that I downloaded the last mysql-connectior (5.1.25) and this problem was solved. But I still want to know: is there any solution for this bug for connector 5.0.8? - if no, is there any note about this bug that this was fixed in newer versions? Is there any risk when I will migrate from 5.0.8 to 5.1.25? Thanks!



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/24/2013 02:15AM by Егор Иванов.

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jdbc(loadbalance) completely fills connection pool Егор Иванов 07/24/2013 01:36AM
Re: jdbc(loadbalance) completely fills connection pool Егор Иванов 07/24/2013 05:56AM
Re: jdbc(loadbalance) completely fills connection pool Todd Farmer 07/24/2013 08:17AM
Re: jdbc(loadbalance) completely fills connection pool Egor Korobitsin 07/24/2013 03:16PM


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