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Disable connection pooling on apache 2.2

Recently I've setup 2 new Reverse Proxy with apache 2.2 to access an application hosted in Jboss. In front of apaches there is a Load Balancer with just Round Robin, and between the apaches and Jboss ...
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Jboss SSL connection persistent

I have a Client code relying on Jboss 5.1 which uses self signed certificates for connecting to credit card servers over HTTPS. Certificate expired on 03-13-2015 9:55 AM and it got replaced the ...
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Performance-optimizing Oracle 10g on a server that is also a Tomcat JSP app server?

I have inherited a simple RedHat 5 - 64bit platform. It has SCSI disks on RAID1, with 16GB of RAM. Double Core CPU. Oracle 10g, Release 2. This would be a decent platform for running the DB ...
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Commons-DBCP equivalents of Alfresco's db.pool.idle and db.pool.min?

Alfresco uses DBCP internally, and exposes DBCP parameters via its own parameter names. For instance, db.pool.initial in Alfresco actually refers to initialSize in DBCP. Most parameter equivalences ...
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Glassfish connection pool don't work after restart server

I have a connection pool in Glassfish 3.1 to connect to SqlServer 2008 Express, this pool works fine, but when Glassfish is restarted, the connection pool can't ping and stops working. To work again, ...
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How to use JDBC Connection Pooling without JNDI DataSource? (in Apache Tomcat)

I have an Apache Tomcat 7 server. I have a quite complex Java Servlet application running on it which needs some MySQL queries per POST. Thus I need a MySQL Database connection to do the query. ...
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Mongo has a huge log and sometimes hangs the box

My mongodb_mp.log is growing very quickly A tail -f of the file scrolls very quickly Do I need to look into connection pooling?
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monitoring the size of an SQL Server connection pool

We are trying to track down a performance issue. One theory we have is that we are running out of connections in the connection pool. Is there a way to monitor the size of a connection pool?