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How do I configure the maximum endpoint cache size for CamelContext?

CamelContext will by default cache the last 1000 used endpoints (based on a LRUCache).

Configuring cache size

Available as of Camel 2.8

You can configure the default maximum cache size by setting the Exchange.MAXIMUM_ENDPOINT_CACHE_SIZE property on CamelContext.

getCamelContext().getProperties().put(Exchange.MAXIMUM_ENDPOINT_CACHE_SIZE, "500");

You need to configure this before CamelContext is started.

And in Spring XML its done as:

      <property key="CamelMaximumEndpointCacheSize" value="500"/>

At runtime you can see the EndpointRegistry in JMX as they are listed in the services category.

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