This question is a question for the node.js folks and the java folks.
The java documentation says
[…] Each AerospikeClient/AsyncClient instance spawns a maintenance thread that periodically makes info requests to all server nodes for partition maps. Multiple client instances would create additional load on the server. Therefore, use only one client instance per cluster in a program and share that instance among multiple threads. AerospikeClient and AsyncClient are thread-safe […]
Is it something that we should be concerned about also for the node.js client? Since node.js is not multithreaded we have many many clients connecting to aerospike using the aerospike node.js client.
Thank you for your help