Connection reset : java.net.SocketException

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Getting this error when trying to read from a socket. I'm doing a readInt() on that InputStream, and I am getting this error. Going through the documentation this suggests that the client part of the connection closed the connection. In this scenario, I am the server.

I have access to the client log files and it is not closing the connection, and also, its log files suggest I am closing the connection.

So does anybody have an idea why this is happening? What else to check for? Does this arise when there are local resources that are perhaps reaching thresholds?
May 30, 2018 in Java by Daisy
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We had this problem with a SOA system written in Java. we were running both the client and the server on different machines and they worked fine for a long time, then those weird connection resets appeared in the client log and there was not anything strange in the server log. Restarting both client and server didn't solve the problem.

Finally, we discovered that the heap on the server side was rather full so we increased the memory available to the JVM: problem solved!

answered May 30, 2018 by parth295
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You should check whether the client program is finishing before server read the streams.

answered Sep 6, 2018 by Sushmita
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