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What does [com.arjuna.ats.arjuna.logging.arjLogger] in my log mean?

Nathan Russell
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I'm working on a web application that is to be deployed to Jboss. When the application gets load tested with Jmeter; after less that an hour I get the following messages in server.log every 2 minutes:



Every 2 minutes this happens, and during the period (approx 11 seconds in above example), the Jmeter task pauses.

I'm no Jboss expert; and googling for key words from the above text has so far drawn a blank.
Does anyone know what these messages mean? What is Jboss doing when it logs these messages? Should I worry about them?

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Nathan
Jaikiran Pai
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You need not worry about them. From what i remember, there's a thread which is scheduled every 2 minutes to check the transactions that are in progress and see if any of them has timed out.


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