From: Jon Skeet <Jon.S<keet@cl...> - 2006-10-17 09:43:48
> Please try c3p0-0.9.1-pre9. This release resolves many "APPARENT =20
> DEADLOCK"s, and in any case provides a lot more information about =20
> what's going on should an APPARENT DEADLOCK occur.
> When you say "the system deadlocks", does it recover following the =20
> APPARENT DEADLOCK warning? (It should.) Anyway, please try=20
> c3p0-0.9.1-pre9, and report back with either the good news that the=20
> deadlock has gone away, or the full status dump if it has not.
Good news - it looks like pre9 is fine :) Admittedly that's only running
the unit tests, but they were *always* failing. (They had timing
Thanks very much for all your hard work on this issue.
> p.s. c3p0-0.9.1-pre9 is quite mature. Unless I receive reports of =20
> unexpected problems, there will be one more minor prerelease (to =20
> expose statement cache statistics in JMX), and then c3p0-0.9.1 will =20
> go final.
So, do you have an estimate as to when 0.9.1 will be released? It would
be handy to go straight from 0.9.0.3 to 0.9.1 without going via a
pre-release if it's imminent, but if it'll be another month we'll just
use the pre-release. I understand that it may well depend on many things
which can't be predicted - but a "finger in the air" guess would be