While doing some bug fixing I disabled jboss.shutdown.forceHalt by
default, after reading that it essentially kills any/other concurrently
executing shutdown hooks.
Should I leave it enabled by default? Do we have issues with misbehaving
(blocked?) shutdown hooks.
From: Adrian Brock <adrian_brock@jb...> - 2005-11-28 19:15:35
On Mon, 2005-11-28 at 09:48, Dimitris Andreadis wrote:
> While doing some bug fixing I disabled jboss.shutdown.forceHalt by
> default, after reading that it essentially kills any/other concurrently
> executing shutdown hooks.
> Should I leave it enabled by default? Do we have issues with misbehaving
> (blocked?) shutdown hooks.
Yes we must keep it. You shouldn't need to ask this question?
It is configurable (if you have a problem).
It breaks backward compatiblity to change the default behaviour.
We could look at adding a catch all system property :-)
Pessimistic entity bean locking as the default locking policy would
be the first candidate. :-)
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