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Vijay Chandran
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Dear friends,

I specified Maximum Connections as 3 and Mininmum Connections as 2 in Websphere 6.1 JMS Provider Connection Pool Settings. Queue Connection Factory was created in the Wecsphere MQ v6.0 JMS Provider.

After restarting the server, and i did a "netstat -an" in Windows Server 2003 command prompt, i can see 8 connections made to the MQ server with "ESTABLISHED" connection. (Verified by seeing the port number (1414)through which MQ listens to Websphere)

When i did a mointioring in the Tivoli Performance Viewer,
I checked the following JCA COnnection Pools -> Websphere MQ JMS Provider -> <QCF JNDI Name>
Which showed Create Count Value as 6.0

and

JCA COnnection Pools -> JMS Connection Factories - > JMS$<QCFName>
which showed Create count value as 2.0


Does it mean that there are 8 open connections in the Connection pool?

Kindly provide your help and clarify me.

Thanks & Regards,
Vijay
 
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