- All Implemented Interfaces:
public class ByteBufferPool
- extends BufferPool<java.nio.ByteBuffer>
This class implements a self cleaning pool of ByteBuffers, each wrapped around a byte
array of the configured buffer length. Superclass get() and release(ByteBuffer)
methods can be used to allocate and release ByteBuffers from the pool. ByteBuffers are
allocated on demand, and released to the garbage collector after 10 minutes without
use, unless the superclass setIdleTimeoutSeconds method is called to change the
timeout. If there is a leak and release is not called to return a ByteBuffer after
use, it will still be released from the pool after 10 minutes, and thus will become
available to the garbage collector.
Returns an instance of the resource T.
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
equals, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public ByteBufferPool(int bufferLength)
public java.nio.ByteBuffer get()
- Description copied from class:
- Returns an instance of the resource T. Synchronizes on this instance for thread
safety while calling internal methods to do the work. Never returns null.
get in class
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