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From Guillaume Nodet <gno...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Karaf shutdown
Date Fri, 18 Nov 2016 10:51:36 GMT
The SynchronousBundleListener is the way to go.
You should receive a STOPPING event for the system bundle before any other
bundle is actually stopped.

2016-11-18 11:38 GMT+01:00 CLEMENT Jean-Philippe <
jean-philippe.clement@fr.thalesgroup.com>:

> Is there a way to get a shutdown event?
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> Regards,
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> JP
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> *De :* CLEMENT Jean-Philippe [mailto:jean-philippe.clement@
> fr.thalesgroup.com]
> *Envoyé :* jeudi 17 novembre 2016 17:03
> *À :* user@karaf.apache.org
> *Objet :* Karaf shutdown
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> Dear Karaf addicts :)
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> I would like Karaf to stop. This may fail to happen when (at least) a
> bundle does not end. So I added a watchdog which exits Java when a time
> limit has been exceeded (note: maybe there is already a way to do so - ?).
> The way I coded it does not work when the shutdown is made via the Karaf
> prompt, so I decided to enhance it.
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> Googling “Karaf shutdown hook”, I found an old thread talking about
> SynchronousBundleListener. The issue I’m facing is that I get no event when
> performing bundle0.stop(Bundle.STOP_TRANSIENT) and one of the bundles
> refuses to stop. The listener is registered via bundle0.getBundleContext().addBundleListener(new
> SynchronousBundleListener() { … }).
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> Is it normal? How to force Karaf to shutdown?
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> PS: Karaf version is 4.0.7
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> JP
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