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From "Wiktor N (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (JCS-171) Multiple CacheEventQueue.QProcessor spawned for the same cache region
Date Sun, 15 Jan 2017 23:23:26 GMT


Wiktor N commented on JCS-171:

Not much I guess. It only guarantees, that log messages will be generated, when someone setWorking
/ setAlive sets to false.

But actually, right now there is no class caring about this state. So this can be further
simplified and and setWorking / setAlive logic removed.

The only case, when it might make sense, is when working with remote caches - if for some
reason thread doing synchronization does not reconnect when connection is dropped, then restarting
the thread might help a lot, but actually - it looks like these connections are managed somewhere
else and anyhow - thread restart would not help it.

> Multiple CacheEventQueue.QProcessor spawned for the same cache region
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: JCS-171
>                 URL:
>             Project: Commons JCS
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Composite Cache
>    Affects Versions: jcs-2.0
>            Reporter: Wiktor N
>            Assignee: Thomas Vandahl
>             Fix For: jcs-2.1
>         Attachments: CacheEventQueue.patch,
> I noticed that running on new version of JCS I get multiple CacheEventQueue.QProcessor
thread. They spawn from time to time.
> I've checked recent changes and changes few things in r1774925 look suspicious:
> 1. In previous code we spawned a new thread in synchronized section. This got us a guarantee,
that there will be no two threads trying to spawn a new thread in the same time. Maybe some
locking is needed around thread creation?
> 2. QProcessor uses isAlive() method. But this is defined by Thread.isAlive() while it
should probably check for CacheEventQueue.this.isAlive()

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