0 Replies Latest reply on Feb 17, 2012 4:52 AM by andreak

    Calling stopDelivery on JMS-consumer from JMX-console doesn't close connections

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      I have a JMS-consumer (MDB) which consumes messages from a HornetQ-queue. When I call stopDelivery() from JMX-console, ObjectName=jboss.j2ee:jar=mock-reception.jar,name=FakeMQTestScenarioConsumer,service=EJB3, the client-connections are not closed (netstat shows state=ESTABLISHED) and they won't timeout either. Calling startDelivery() causes a new connection to be established. The result of this is leaking connections each time we start/stop delivery.

       

      Is there a configuration-setting I can tune to avoid this connection-leak or does anybody knows what's going on?

       

      Thanks.

       

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      Andreas