Having the following warning, could this impact heap usage?

2017-07-17 09:28:27,681 http-nio-8080-exec-139 WARN niladri 568x2449x24 1bxkys2 10.83.35.195,172.23.34.85 /plugins/servlet/jeditor_ck_provider.jsp [c.a.jira.ofbiz.ConnectionPoolHealthSqlInterceptor] Dangerous use of multiple connections: replaced => count=1; marks=[0-0]; pool=18/20

Tons of theese in the logs,  trying to figure out if this is causign increase in memory usage in additional to becoming very slow

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Hi Issac,

The error you're seeing refers to a process, which in this case appears to be jeditor, taking up too many database resources.  I would take a look at Poor performance due to limited database connection pooling and also take a look at Connecting JIRA applications to a database and click on your database.  From there view the sample dbconfig.xml and see if yours is configured similarily.  In additon the Tuning database connections article also has more informaiton as to what the values in the dbconfig.xml correspond to and how they help.

Cheers,

Branden

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