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From James Birdsall <jb...@microsoft.com>
Subject Shutting down proton-j reactor
Date Wed, 05 Oct 2016 18:54:59 GMT
What is the normal way of shutting down a reactor in proton-j? I'm trying to track down a thread
leak in a codebase that sets up a new reactor on its own thread every time a new connection
is opened. That part and the subsequent message traffic all work fine. But when the connection
is closed, the reactor thread does not terminate but remains in a loop, selecting merrily
away in isolation. Besides the selector for the socket, there is another selector passed to
the reactor. I couldn't find any code that shut down the second selector so
I tried terminate()ing it, but that had no visible effect.

If anyone can point out what our code should be doing, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!


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