Some articles on persistent connections, connection, connections:
... In HTTP/0.9 and 1.0, the connection is closed after a single request/response pair ... was introduced, where a connection could be reused for more than one request ... Such persistent connections reduce request latency perceptibly, because the client does not need to re-negotiate the TCP connection after the first request has been sent ...
... Queue managers communicate with the outside world either via a direct software connection, referred to by IBM as a "bindings" connection, or via a network or "client ... The bindings connection is limited to programs running on the same physical host as the queue manager, whereas applications using a client connection can ... Bindings connections are generally faster, but client connections allow for a more robust, easily-changeable application design ...
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