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Websphere + Java + CLOSE_WAIT connections

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Hi All,
     Giving support to a Banking product. During high network traffic time, we are getting CLOSE_WAIT connections count in the log from 1 to 100.  
     So, how to avoid this CLOSE_WAIT requests in the queue. Any permanent solution for this issue.
     Java + Web sphere6.1 + unix

Regards,
Vasu
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