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2018-11-15

[00:00:05] sputnik13: I'm assuming the latter, i.e. I can store the https instance as a member variable and reuse it
[00:00:20] sputnik13: but again, not terribly familiar with ruby so :(
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2018-11-14

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[23:48:52] sputnik13: question... I'm not fluent in ruby in the least, but from my reading of https://ruby-doc.org/stdlib-2.4.1/libdoc/net/http/rdoc/Net/HTTP.html I am assuming https://github.com/htgc/fluent-plugin-azureeventhubs/blob/master/lib/fluent/plugin/azureeventhubs/http.rb#L59-L72 would open a new https connection for every invocation of that block... is this correct?
[23:56:48] sputnik13: al2o3-cr right, for every invocation of that method/block a new https connection would be created yes?
[23:58:06] sputnik13: I was afraid of that... thank you
[23:59:12] sputnik13: the example in the doc page has the connection persisting if you execute inside a .start(...) block, but is that the only way to use a persistent connection or is the connection lifetime tied to the lifetime of the connection object?