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I think the connection pool is a red herring. The problem probably has more to do with an OS upgrade or PTF applied in the last year. I'd need to know a lot more to offer any other suggestions. What OS version? What kind of programs use the jar files? How is the jvm invoked? Where does the rpg program enter the picture? Is the rpg program calling methods on objects in the jar files? Do you stop all instances of the rpg program before attempting to replace the jar files?

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From: java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Anna Abt
Sent: Monday, November 01, 2010 2:38 PM
To: java400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: .jar files in use on a restore

Recently we have run into an issue when trying to run upgrades of our software. I have a clle program that does a restore to an ifs directory with new .jar files. There have been instances lately where objects have not been restored because they are in use. Speaking with our java programmers I did learn that there was a change made in the past year to create a connection pool and keep it open for a longer period of time for performance enhancing reasons. Doing some testing, we removed the connection and are now sending the data from the rpg programs to the java methods. We are still finding that the .jar files stay in a "in use" state.
Can anyone tell me how we might get around this or why this seems to be happening all of a sudden? We even did a simple test adding a classpath of
3 .jar files and running 2 programs, the first opens a connection and prints and the second closes the connection. Those 3 files still are in use and unable to run a restore against.







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