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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 25596] - application briefly unavailable when using manager to reload
Date Wed, 17 Dec 2003 19:28:51 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From drees@greenhydrant.com  2003-12-17 19:28 -------
In TC 4 when I reload a context through the manager, any requests to that
context don't come back until the context has been reloaded.  I wonder why it's
different for you?

Anyway, let me post what Remy said about fixing this issue:

"To solve the recurrent bugs and problems caused by reload and simplify 
the code, reload was replaced with the stop/start sequence. So 
unfortunately the side effect is that this cannot work anymore, and we 
need a more generic mechanism to 'wait'."

I'm not sure exactly where to look but I would start with the Manager webapp and
see where it ties into the container.  From there, you'll have to look at how
requests get processed and see if there's a way to get new requests to a context
to block if a context is reloading.

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