Re: Mysql connectTimeout And socketTimeout not working
Posted by: Filipe Silva
Date: July 09, 2014 12:12PM


'connectTimeout' is a Connector/J connection property that works at network level by stating how long are you willing to wait to establish a connection (socket) between client and server.

Establishing the network connection (socket) is only part of the process of establishing the JDBC Connection, which includes a successful authentication, the Connection setup, etc. 'LoginTimeOut' is a JDBC setting, through java.sql.DriverManager.setLoginTimeout(), that sets the time you are willing to wait for a valid java.sql.Connection instance.

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