Only one thread is used from consumerExecutor in AsyncBaseLifeCycle.

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In AsyncBaseLifeCycle only one thread does all the work from consumerExecutor even thought it has thread pool. This is highly inefficient and defeats the purpose of having Thread Pool.


  • Fuse ESB Enterprise 7.1 (servicemix-common JBI component)
  • JBI

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