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  1. JBoss Enterprise Application Platform
  2. JBEAP-7204

Graceful Shutdown and Quiescing for Transactions

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      • During the quiesce period – the server component will not accept new requests.
      • Components of the server will support controlled shutdown or quiescence – ie. In-flight transactions and requests will be serviced before the shutdown.
        This also implies eing able to control all request paths – HTTP (via mod_cluster), JMS and RMI (via smart proxies).
      • The Quiesce operation will accept a timeout which will indicate the maximum period that a shutdown will wait for in-flight requests / transactions to complete. After the timeout expires the server component will shutdown immediately.
      • It applies to servers that are started with all supported server profiles (i.e. default, default-ha, full and full-ha) in both standalone and domain modes.
      • In a clustered environment if a node in cluster is on graceful shutdown, the other node(s) in the cluster should not log warnings, but infos (or debug or nothing) because this is a normal situation (Ref: PRODMGT-815)

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              rhn-support-ahoffer Andrea Hoffer
              rhn-engineering-jpallich Jiri Pallich
              Daniel Simko Daniel Simko (Inactive)
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