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From "S Paisey (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (AXIS-2030) Singleton getInstance returns new instances each time ?
Date Mon, 07 Nov 2005 13:55:22 GMT
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S Paisey commented on AXIS-2030:

I too have come across this problem.  This CommonsHTTPSender should be a singleton, or make
use of a static MultiThreadedHttpConnectionManager in order to maintain a single connection

> Singleton getInstance returns new instances each time ?
> -------------------------------------------------------
>          Key: AXIS-2030
>          URL:
>      Project: Apache Axis
>         Type: Bug
>   Components: Basic Architecture
>     Versions: 1.2
>  Environment: Linux AS2/AS3. Tomcat4. Axis 1.2.
>     Reporter: ultan ocarroll
>     Assignee: Jayachandra Sekhara Rao Sunkara

> We have an application using Axis1.2 as a client for a SOAP service. 
> Over 24 hour periods of time we see many many tcp connections (40000+) being left open
to that service. The connections are in ESTABLISHED state. What is a critical problem is that
on restart, our servers very often report "too many open files" and fail to start or start
with spurious errors.
> I suspected originally that our version of Commons HttpClient (3.0rc2) was at fault and
found a reported issue very similar to ours (
> However, the solution is not relevant to our situation (it recommends reverting JDK version
from 1.5 to 1.4.2 - we do this already). 
> Looking at the HttpClient code I cant see where the problem is arising. I havent yet
contacted the team behind HttpClient as during investigations Ive come across what seems to
be a problem with singleton instantiation in the CommonsHttpSender. 
> I noticed when I set a breakpoint in CommonsHttpSender that I get a new instance for
each request and as a result get a new MultiThreadedHttpConnectionManager on each request,
each with a new connection pool. Im not sure where in the stack this singleton should be managed,
but surely there should only be one instance of CommonsHttpSender or its constructor should
get a singleton reference to MultiThreadedHttpConnectionManager ? Or am I missing something
here ?
> Heres the stack trace, if thats any help : 
> CommonsHTTPSender.initialize() line: 97
> CommonsHTTPSender.<init>() line: 88
> NativeConstructorAccessorImpl.newInstance0(Constructor, Object[]) line: not available
[native method]
> NativeConstructorAccessorImpl.newInstance(Object[]) line: 39
> DelegatingConstructorAccessorImpl.newInstance(Object[]) line: 27
> Constructor.newInstance(Object[]) line: 274
> Class.newInstance0() line: 308
> Class.newInstance() line: 261
> WSDDTransport(WSDDTargetedChain).makeNewInstance(EngineConfiguration) line: 157
> WSDDTransport(WSDDDeployableItem).getNewInstance(EngineConfiguration) line: 274
> WSDDTransport(WSDDDeployableItem).getInstance(EngineConfiguration) line: 260
> WSDDDeployment.getTransport(QName) line: 441
> FileProvider.getTransport(QName) line: 257
> AxisClient(AxisEngine).getTransport(String) line: 332
> AxisClient.invoke(MessageContext) line: 163

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