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[08:50:16] <amr> so the answer was (of course) to make your call to getConnection() call connection.close()

[08:50:30] <amr> but now ive noticed something else, if nothing has opened a connection in a while

[08:50:36] <amr> the first time i call it, i get this:

[08:50:42] <amr> (RECIPIENT_FAILURE,-2) The last packet successfully received from the server was 52,267,105 milliseconds ago. The last packet sent successfully to the server was 52,267,106 milliseconds ago. is longer than the server configured value of 'wait_timeout'. You should consider either expiring and/or testing connection validity before use in your application, increasing the server configured values for client timeouts, or using the Connector/J connection property 'aut

[08:55:12] <amr> actually it seems it gets a connection, but that occurs when using it for a query

[09:07:01] <amr> maybe its a sql server setting

[09:07:24] <amr> jdbc lib thinks client conn still open, but mysqld actually shut dit down due to timeout

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[15:12:14] <amack2> Hi, just discovering vert.x, very impressed with it. I'm interested in avoiding callback hell. Do you have any pointers for organizing code? The examples mainly use lambdas. A google search has found CompletableFuture<void> but I don't think I've really understood it.

[15:29:54] <npskirk> amack2 Have a look at the “Reactive” heading of the Vertx docs website:

[15:30:45] <amack2> npskirk: thanks

[18:25:37] <vertxnewbie> Hiya

[18:25:54] <vertxnewbie> Is it possible to get verticle level monitoring for messages received ?

[18:26:40] <vertxnewbie> And now in better english , is it possible to monitor number of messages received at verticle level ?

[18:28:49] <vertxnewbie> My bad again.. is it possible to monitor number of messages received at address level ?

[18:40:49] <vertxnewbie> sorry for bothering you guys… got it :) vertx.eventbus.handlers.myaddress

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