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Michael Martell updated GEODE-3409:
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     Attachment: Program.cs
    Description: We have a C# sample application (see attached) that connects 
to geode used the new binary protocol. It floods the server continually with 
socket connections and quickly reaches the default maximum connections of 800. 
When the client app closes, all 800 connections appear to be closed by the 
server (indeed 800 "Closed connection" messages appear in the server log). 
Running the application again, the server immediately rejects even the first 
connection request.  (was: We have a C# sample application that connects to 
geode used the new binary protocol. It floods the server continually with 
socket connections and quickly reaches the default maximum connections of 800. 
When the client app closes, all 800 connections appear to be closed by the 
server (indeed 800 "Closed connection" messages appear in the server log). 
Running the application again, the server immediately rejects even the first 
connection request.)

> Protobuf Client Can't Connect Once Connection Limit Has Been Reached, Even 
> After Connections Closed
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>
>                 Key: GEODE-3409
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GEODE-3409
>             Project: Geode
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: client/server
>            Reporter: Michael Martell
>         Attachments: Program.cs
>
>
> We have a C# sample application (see attached) that connects to geode used 
> the new binary protocol. It floods the server continually with socket 
> connections and quickly reaches the default maximum connections of 800. When 
> the client app closes, all 800 connections appear to be closed by the server 
> (indeed 800 "Closed connection" messages appear in the server log). Running 
> the application again, the server immediately rejects even the first 
> connection request.



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