In a multithreaded ADO.NET application, communicating with a slow-to-respond database server on one thread can impact the performance of threads that are communicating with quick-to-respond database servers. For example, if a database server requires 1 minute to respond to a connection request, then all other threads are delayed by 1 minute.
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