As defined in jasper libraries, jasper never responsible to close the connection when it finishes extracting reports. In the latest crash, there are no errors whatsoever present in the logs atlassian-jira. Some android app is connecting with my application using web service. This jobs gets called once every 2 minutes and is also multi threaded. Let's see if i get any connection leak traces in logs. Fix the problem by just setting the connection variable to null when it is first defined as you suggested yourself.
Or you want me to analyse the abandoned connections and fix them? And since there is no more information in the logs I am wondering how to isolate the problem. If you need to reset your password,. Each member of this community has their own tolerance levels for when they will just start ignoring questions from people who don't appear to be prepared to put some effort into solving their own problem. Have a question about this project? Or do you use a framework, like Spring, to do this dirty work? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. This will not have any side effects as far as increased overhead on resources. But basically, the pool has been unable to provide a valid new connection and so the requester has sat waiting for a new connection for longer than the timeout and has given up. I must say I didn't check whether the process was still running or not.
I'm suspecting its unable to handle too many connections. It's happened again, as expected. If it works for a while and then stops, then it's probably a leak. It's of course better to try to simulate the issue in another environment development, , acceptance and then change the data source settings in this environment to log the abandoned connections. NoSuchElementException: Timeout waiting for idle object at org. If the number of the connections steadily grows, whitout the growth of the usage of your web application, you might have a connection leak.
Thank you very much for your help and comment! Report extraction is being done around 1000 times in 2 hours + other application activities apart from report extraction. If I encounter the problem again, I will check all of the above and repost here. The default value for maxActive is 100. JedisException: Could not get a resource from the pool at redis. Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
RuntimeException: Unable to obtain a connection from the underlying connection pool at org. Certainly not if different reports are requested concurrently. . . You can't fix an issue, if you don't know what the cause of the issue is.
This could be due to high demand volume, or it could be an indication of a connection leak where connections are never returned to the pool and eventually you exceed the max connections limit. Important sites that I have gone through to analyse this error: Thanks Roel for your timely assistance. Enlarge pool size is not a solution, this just get jira last longer. Or 50 itself is enough in production systems with high loads. The following appears in the atlassian-jira. Checklist: - Jira was still running as a java process, but no longer responded to either local or remote web calls; network was ok.
The maximum connections on oracle I set 150. But still connection Pool has exausted without reason Java side. . For this i'm passing poolable connection from java. This is a community of users, not a commercial support portal. NoSuchElementException: Timeout waiting for idle object at org. So I am puzzled as to what is closing it implicitly.
However, your first connection retrieved is still reserved on the server. Mark --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe, e-mail: For additional commands, e-mail:. There are lots of things that could be going on here and you have provided very little in the way of information. Abhinandan Patil wrote:Please suggest if you thinks my experience and observations are good enough to extend the maxActive count? Please plan time to fix this. . NoSuchElementException: Timeout waiting for idle object at org.
This is usually the less likely case cause you usually see other errors when this happens. . Connection pooling parameters I have configured are : Can any one suggest how to debug the connection leak problems or can any one suggest what poolable parameter configuration should be used to deal with the systems when its serving highest load. IllegalStateException: Pool not open at org. RuntimeException: Unable to obtain a connection from the underlying connection pool at org. ? I would start monitoring the number of the connections in the pool. .
If you confirm that, you would have to investigate that leak. In a standalone context, you would need to add the trace options to the rununit. If it is a datasource, there are some properties that can be set like timeout values, maxidle connections, etc that can control this. Or 50 itself is enough in production systems with high loads. .