- If the following sequence of events hapens then the Host controller process hangs and it can not be stopped using "CTRL+C" command. (only kill -9 works)
Step-1). Start the default "wildfly-9.0.0.Alpha1" in domain mode using "./domain.sh" script. (it should start server-one, server-two, Host controller and process controller)
Step-2). Open the JConsole using "wildfly-9.0.0.Alpha1/bin/jconsole.sh" script.
Step-3). In JConsole connect to "server-one" and then nevigate to "MBeans" tab just to check if the MBeans are visible in jconsole or not.
Step-4). Now kill the "server-one" process using "kill -9 $PID" command
Step-5). Once server-one is killed try stopping the Host Controller process using "CTRL+C". Press CTRL+C in the terminal where the "./domain.sh" script is being executed.
Users will notice that the CTRL+C signal is also not able to kill the host controller process.
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