Thanks Radu, as suggested by u we did not set any timeouts. Our issue was with the http threads we found out using the java melody plugin and we were finally able to solve it
Why would you do that ?
You can set query time-outs on DB via properties set on your driver environment or at the database level (max cpu for a query on Oracle) Check your database settings (these are specific) and check your driver release notes.
Anyway, I advice you not to set any query timeout.
For instance, setting this validation query for your pool will do it on postgres (fails after 1 sec):
SET statement_timeout TO 1000
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