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From DaanHoogland <>
Subject [GitHub] cloudstack pull request: Cloudstack 8656 adding messages to empty ...
Date Thu, 30 Jul 2015 06:43:26 GMT
Github user DaanHoogland commented on the pull request:
    @koushik-das, Ignoring interrupted exceptions means that you do not allow the user or
other threads to interrupt you. To me that seems serious. I did not in any case see comment
about why it was done so I rigorously added the messages.
    As for level; On one hand you are right @wilderrodrigues , as some errors that have been
ignored in the past have been problems. On the other hand, someone did think it was safe to
ignore those errors. The real job is to asses all the messages on level but I regard that
out of scope for this PR. Maybe some of them should be WARN or even ERROR and others merely
DEBUG or TRACE. I put the tag [ignored] there so we know we must considder them for either
proper handling or another level of logging.

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