about Manage JDBC Connections

Document ID:  TEC1525873
Last Modified Date:  07/07/2017
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Products

  • CA API Management Gateway

Releases

  • CA API Management Gateway:Release:9.1.00
  • CA API Management Gateway:Release:9.0.00
  • CA API Management Gateway:Release:8.4.01
  • CA API Management Gateway:Release:8.4.00
  • CA API Management Gateway:Release:8.4
  • CA API Management Gateway:Release:8.3.02
  • CA API Management Gateway:Release:8.3.01
  • CA API Management Gateway:Release:8.2.00
  • CA API Management Gateway:Release:8.3
  • CA API Management Gateway:Release:8.3.00

Components

  • API GATEWAY:APIGTW
Question:

Is “Maximum Pool Size” of “JDBC Connections” each node? Or each cluster?

 

For example:

APIGW1 

APIGW2   ----    DB

( Maximum Pool Size is 10) 

 

In the above case, what is max connection?  10? or 20? 

 

Answer:

It is  each node.

Result in the above case:  max connection is 20.

Also,

API Gateway does not have way to apply a maximum limit across all of the cluster nodes combined. 

 

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