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From dsetrakyan <dsetrak...@apache.org>
Subject Re: How can I be sure grid is actualy stopped?
Date Thu, 08 Oct 2015 09:44:49 GMT
Alexey V. Ryazanov wrote
> I run a bunch of tests. Every test starts several grids with different
> names before execution and stops them after execution complete.
> If I waste some time (~ 5 sec) in Thread.sleep(), all goes fine.
> If I run test one by one without any pauses, the first one works fine, but
> all others throw exception (see below) when trying to stop grids in his
> turn.

Ignite has many tests where we start and stop nodes without any sleeps. From
what I am seeing, it seems like you do not synchronously wait for all nodes
to stop. Are you certain that you are stopping all the nodes in the same
thread that executes the next test?

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