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Oracle Service Bus – Stuck Thread Case Study

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This case study describes the complete root cause analysis process of a stuck thread problem experienced with Oracle Service Bus 11g running on AIX 6.1 and IBM Java VM 1.6.  This article is also a great opportunity for you to improve your thread dump analysis skills and I highly recommend that you study and properly understand the following analysis approach. ...

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Threading stories: about robust thread pools

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Another blog of my threading series. This time it’s about thread pools, robust thread pool settings in particular. In Java thread pools are implemented by the ThreadPoolExecutor class introduced in Java 5. The Javadoc of that class is very well organized. So I spare me the effort to give a general introduction here. Basically, what ThreadPoolExecutor does is, it creates ...

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Threading stories: about robust thread pools

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Another blog of my threading series. This time it’s about thread pools, robust thread pool settings in particular. In Java thread pools are implemented by the ThreadPoolExecutor class introduced in Java 5. The Javadoc of that class is very well organized. So I spare me the effort to give a general introduction here. Basically, what ThreadPoolExecutor does is, it creates ...

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Using a ThreadPoolExecutor to Parallelize Independent Single-Threaded Tasks

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The task execution framework, introduced in Java SE 5.0, is a giant leap forward to simplify the design and the development of multi threaded applications. The framework provides facilities to manage the concept of task, to manage thread life cycles and their execution policy. In this blog post we’ll describe the power, the flexibility and the simplicity of this framework ...

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Java Concurrency Tutorial – Thread Pools

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One of the most generally useful concurrency enhancements delivered in Java 1.5 was the introduction of customizable thread pools. These thread pools give you quite a bit of control over things such as number of threads, reuse of threads, scheduling and thread construction. Let’s review these. First, thread pools. Let’s dive right into java.util.concurrent.ExecutorService, which provides us the basic interface ...

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