Persistent connections using Net::HTTP with a connection pool.
This is based on Eric Holder's Net::HTTP::Persistent libary but uses a connection pool of Net::HTTP objects instead of a connection per thread. C/T is fine if you're only using your http threads to make connections but if you use them in child threads then I suspect you will have a thread memory leak. Also, you will generally get less connection resets if the most recently used connection is always returned.
Timeout-less speed boost for 1.8 (by Aaron Patterson)
gem install persistent_http
require 'persistent_http' class MyHTTPClient @@persistent_http = PersistentHTTP.new( :name => 'MyHTTPClient', :logger => Rails.logger, :pool_size => 10, :pool_timeout => 5, :warn_timeout => 0.25, :force_retry => true, :url => 'https://www.example.com/echo/foo' # equivalent to :use_ssl => true, :host => 'www.example.com', :default_path => '/echo/foo' ) def send_get_message response = @@persistent_http.request ... Handle response as you would a normal Net::HTTPResponse ... end def send_post_message request = Net::HTTP::Post.new('/perform_service') ... Modify request as needed ... response = @@persistent_http.request(request) ... Handle response as you would a normal Net::HTTPResponse ... end end
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