Grisby, in Connection and Thread Management, discusses the client-side and server-side behaviors. On the client side of a connection, “the thread that invokes on a proxy object” blocks the connection till it receives the response. Server opens the connection to the remote address space when the client first time makes a call.
When the server receives the reply it “caches the open network connection which is then ready for use by another call”. If more than one threads, “in a multi-threaded client, contact the same address space simultaneously” then either another connection to the server is opened or the client has to multiplex the concurrent requests on a single network connection. The first way is default in which operating system has to deal with the multiplexing issues. The latter case “conserves operating system resources”
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