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GEODE-9973: Correct docs regarding P2P socket timeout behaviour (#7310)
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DonalEvans authored and davebarnes97 committed Jan 26, 2022
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@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ recommend that you set `conserve-sockets` to `false`.
You can force the release of an idle socket connection for peer-to-peer and client-to-server connections:
- **Peer-to-peer**. For peer-to-peer threads that do not share sockets, you can use the `socket-lease-time` to make sure that no socket sits idle for too long. When a socket that belongs to an individual thread remains unused for this time period, the system automatically returns it to the pool. The next time the thread needs a socket, it creates a new socket.
- **Peer-to-peer**. For peer-to-peer threads that do not share sockets, you can use the `socket-lease-time` to make sure that no socket sits idle for too long. When a socket that belongs to an individual thread remains unused for this time period, the system automatically closes that socket. The next time the thread needs a socket, it creates a new socket.
- **Client**. For client connections, you can affect the same lease-time behavior by setting the pool `idle-timeout`.
## <a id="socket_comm__section_936C6562C0034A2EAC9A63FFE9FDAC36" class="no-quick-link"></a>Calculating Connection Requirements

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