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From "Daniel Gredler" <dgred...@dhlglobalmail.com>
Subject RE: Camel cold restart via JMX
Date Mon, 22 Oct 2012 19:02:04 GMT
Hi all,

After digging through the code, it appears to me that the changes can be
confined to ManagedCamelContextMBean and ManagedCamelContext, which is
much less invasive than what I had thought.

I've created a feature request to add support for cold restarts via JMX,
and have attached a proposed patch:

https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CAMEL-5734

It's fairly small; I'd be grateful if someone could take a couple of
minutes to have a look.

Thanks!

Daniel


-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel Gredler [mailto:dgredler@dhlglobalmail.com] 
Sent: Friday, October 19, 2012 3:52 PM
To: dev@camel.apache.org
Subject: Camel cold restart via JMX

Hi guys,

I was thinking about creating a feature request, but it involves such a
fundamental aspect of Camel that I thought I'd ask here first.

I have a situation where I'd like to do a cold restart on a Camel
context (context.stop(), and then context.start()). The catch is that I
want to do this via JMX, and when the Camel context is stopped, the JMX
service goes down and obviously I can't issue the start() request.

I was thinking that it would be nice to have a restart() method on the
Camel context (defined as the equivalent of stop + start), possibly even
in the Service interface which defines the start() and stop() methods.
This would allow the Camel context to go down and come back up without
requiring a second start() request, which is nice when the start()
request is impossible.

Is it worth creating the feature request? Am I missing something that
obviates the need for such a feature? Or is the use case so narrow that
it doesn't really make sense to add? Let me know what you think...

Take care,

Daniel


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