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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Out of Date
    • Affects Version/s: jboss-fuse-6.3
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: None
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    • Steps to Reproduce:
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      1) I deploy my application to Camel using Servers --> <my server> --> Add and Remove...
      2) Check it with Camel UI
      3) I undeploy it using the same Fuse UI
      4) I see various results, even half of the application installed in Camel.
      5) I give command osgi:uninstall <my project name>
      This takes long time: 30 - 100 seconds, but finishes eventually
      6) Project successfully undeployed.

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      1) I deploy my application to Camel using Servers --> <my server> --> Add and Remove... 2) Check it with Camel UI 3) I undeploy it using the same Fuse UI 4) I see various results, even half of the application installed in Camel. 5) I give command osgi:uninstall <my project name> This takes long time: 30 - 100 seconds, but finishes eventually 6) Project successfully undeployed.
    • Workaround Description:
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      osgi:uninstall <pid>

      If that does not work, then try:
      1) Connect JMX in Servers window if it isn’t connected already
      2) Uninstall software using Add and Remove functionality in Servers window
      3) Give command osgi:uninstall <pid> in Terminal
      4) Shut down Fuse server
      5) Kill Fuse server processes manually if they are still alive

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      osgi:uninstall <pid> If that does not work, then try: 1) Connect JMX in Servers window if it isn’t connected already 2) Uninstall software using Add and Remove functionality in Servers window 3) Give command osgi:uninstall <pid> in Terminal 4) Shut down Fuse server 5) Kill Fuse server processes manually if they are still alive

      Description

      When I uninstall Camel application, they randomly do uninstall, don't uninstall or partially uninstall. What I noticed happening, is that shutting them down takes apparently too long time and after the shut down, uninstall doesn't happen any more, but normal start. I presume because of some timeout.

      I haven't found any error logs about this problem.
      I gave Major priority because this can be nasty when you are trying to deploy different version of the same application and you have no idea that the old version was running there still. If you succeed, you have randomly several versions running of the same application. If you fail to deploy the other version, you have the old version running instead. Very random behavior.

      See the attachment where this happened to quickstart examples.

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          2. FuseRouteMultiplication.PNG
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          3. FuseRouteMultiplicationAfter10Mins.PNG
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          4. screenshot-1.png
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          5. Vendors8.properties
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          6. walki.properties
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          7. walki-1.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar
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                  Reporter:
                  timo.riikonen Timo Riikonen
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