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JBoss Basic ThreadPool

 
Kumar Jaya
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I am using a .sar file in my JBoss that uses to create a bunch of threads. Will this thread pool that I have created use the threads from JBoss Basic ThreadPool defined as a service within jboss-service.xml file or its a seperate pool by itself?



If at all, how will I monitor the number of threads that are being used in my custom thread pool??

Thanks in advance
 
Alexey Saenko
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Hi Kumar Jaya,

org.jboss.util.threadpool.BasicThreadPool implements ThreadPool from the same package, therefore, I think, any thread pool you want to use as a jboss service must implement ThreadPool interface.
 
Kumar Jaya
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Alexey Saenko wrote:Hi Kumar Jaya,

org.jboss.util.threadpool.BasicThreadPool implements ThreadPool from the same package, therefore, I think, any thread pool you want to use as a jboss service must implement ThreadPool interface.


I am not intending to use the jboss service, my sar file that has the custom threadpool that I have created is working fine, I just wanted to know if this custom thread pool uses seperate bunch of threads, or it uses the threads created by JBoss under BasicThreadPool.

Also in what package does the interface ThreadPool come from, is it JBoss dependant??

Is it a good practice to create thread pools within sar files to be deployed in JBOSS??

Regards.....
 
hari haran sethu raman
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DId you get the solution?
 
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