Details

    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 6.1.20 EE GA2
    • Fix Version/s: 6.1.X EE, 6.2.0 CE B1
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    • Environment:
      LIFERAY VERSION: 6.1 GA2
      OPERATING SYSTEM: CentOS 6
      APPLICATION SERVER: Tomcat 7.0
      JAVA VIRTUAL MACHINE: Java 6
      DATABASE: PostgreSQL 8.4
    • Branch Version/s:
      6.1.x
    • Backported to Branch:
      Committed
    • Story Points:
      6
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      Description

      Steps to reproduce:

      1. Install the Mail EE portlet from Marketplace. (Version: 1.0.0)
      2. Configure 3-4 different accounts in it
      3. Using Jconsole to see if the tread named "JavaMail-EventQueue" is created while adding a mail account.

      Notice: Whenever a user adds a new account in the plugin a new thread is created ("JavaMail-EventQueue"), most of the time in Waiting status. Thus the number of threads reach the specified maximum number of available threads.

      Once we comment out the following lines, the threads in question disappear:

      IMAPConnection.java
      IMAPConnection.java, line 125: store.addConnectionListener(new ConnectionListener(storeKey));
      IMAPConnection.java, line 158: transport.addConnectionListener(new ConnectionListener(transportKey)); 

        Activity

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        Sharry Shi added a comment -

        PASSED Manual Testing following the steps in the description.

        Reproduced on:
        Tomcat 7.0 + MySQL 5. Portal 6.1.20 EE GA2.

        Whenever a user adds a new account in the mail portlet, a new thread is created ("JavaMail-EventQueue"), and most of the time the thread is in Waiting status.

        Fixed on:
        Tomcat 7.0 + MySQL 5. Portal 6.1.x.EE GIT ID: 182962b3930bebb2346b757ff84c2afad9aa502a.
        Plugins 6.1.x EE GIT ID: a622f4d059a65e8dbf4b23e62da908f9d4ba09ee.

        Whenever a user adds a new account in the mail portlet, no thread named JavaMail-EventQueue is created.

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        Sharry Shi added a comment - PASSED Manual Testing following the steps in the description. Reproduced on: Tomcat 7.0 + MySQL 5. Portal 6.1.20 EE GA2. Whenever a user adds a new account in the mail portlet, a new thread is created ("JavaMail-EventQueue"), and most of the time the thread is in Waiting status. Fixed on: Tomcat 7.0 + MySQL 5. Portal 6.1.x.EE GIT ID: 182962b3930bebb2346b757ff84c2afad9aa502a. Plugins 6.1.x EE GIT ID: a622f4d059a65e8dbf4b23e62da908f9d4ba09ee. Whenever a user adds a new account in the mail portlet, no thread named JavaMail-EventQueue is created.
        Hide
        Sharry Shi added a comment - - edited

        This is blocked by LPS-36241 to test on the latest 6.2.x, I'll continue with this issue after LPS-36241 is done.

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        Sharry Shi added a comment - - edited This is blocked by LPS-36241 to test on the latest 6.2.x, I'll continue with this issue after LPS-36241 is done.
        Hide
        Sharry Shi added a comment -

        PASSED Manual Testing following the steps in the description.

        Tomcat 7.0 + MySQL 5. Portal ee-6.2.x EE GIT ID: fbaa3eb46fb511bed0c7b6647f37cb0dc0008f0f.
        Plugins ee-6.2.x EE GIT ID: 962798c6d741520760d7fc3f9b361f5bbfc47e38.

        Whenever a user adds a new account in the mail portlet, no thread named JavaMail-EventQueue is created.

        Show
        Sharry Shi added a comment - PASSED Manual Testing following the steps in the description. Tomcat 7.0 + MySQL 5. Portal ee-6.2.x EE GIT ID: fbaa3eb46fb511bed0c7b6647f37cb0dc0008f0f. Plugins ee-6.2.x EE GIT ID: 962798c6d741520760d7fc3f9b361f5bbfc47e38. Whenever a user adds a new account in the mail portlet, no thread named JavaMail-EventQueue is created.

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          • Assignee:
            Sharry Shi
            Reporter:
            József Illés (Inactive)
            Recent user:
            Christopher Lui
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