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From "Trygve Hardersen" <>
Subject Re: wadi clustering - session invalidation
Date Thu, 15 Jan 2009 17:31:41 GMT
I can confirm that this solves the shutdown problem. After some
initial testing I'm not seeing other issues either, though I've not
stressed the servers yet.

I'm building a slightly customized Geronimo 2.2-SNAPSHOT so I just
updated wadiVersion to 2.2-SNAPSHOT in the main POM. I had to checkout
and build WADI trunk because some of the required dependencies could
not be found in the codehaus snapshots repository.

Many thanks for all your help, appreciate it!


On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 3:20 PM, Trygve Hardersen <> wrote:
> Cool, thanks for the quick fix.
> I'm seeing other issues that look like race condititions to me, but
> I've yet to find a consistent pattern.
> I'll test this and let you know how it goes.
> Trygve
> On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 2:31 PM, Gianny Damour
> <> wrote:
>> Hi Trygve,
>> This was a bug and it is now fixed; I also changed the log level as ERROR
>> was indeed inappropriate.
>> You will need to get a snapshot version of wadi-core as this was a problem
>> with WADI which was not properly re-initiating replicas when sessions were
>> evacuated from a node shutting down to all the remaining nodes.  I will
>> review more closely the re-initialisation of replicas in the case of normal
>> shutdown over the week-end as there is still a problem in a very specific
>> race condition (I do not think that you will be able to observe it).
>> You can get the snapshot there:
>> The simplest thing is to replace
>> repository/org/codehaus/wadi/wadi-core/2.1/wadi-core-2.1.jar
>> with this snapshot version. You can also install this artefact in your repo
>> with a version number higher than 2.1. and it will be transparently
>> picked-up instead of 2.1.
>> I will need to cut a release of WADI very soon as these fixes need to be
>> included in G 2.2. So, you should not have to use this snapshot for more
>> than 3-4 days.
>> Thanks,
>> Gianny

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