Was able to get through this finally. Still not sure what caused it but
started the DW process as a service on my Ubuntu and it hasnt
On Saturday, 3 September 2016 13:50:30 UTC+5:30, Vaibhav Dhawan wrote:
> I am on Dropwizard 1.0.0 , Java 1.8 and have a few services running in
> there. Since the services are not in production yet, hence there are
> periods when no one is accessing those services.
> What i notice is that Jetty shuts down automatically and gracefully after
> some period of inactivity. The inactivity period is not consistent and it
> goes down at random times. Here is an excerpt from the logs
> DEBUG [12:34:34.693] [dw-21] o.e.j.u.t.QueuedThreadPool - ran EPC
> DEBUG [12:57:24.162] [Thread-13] o.e.j.u.c.AbstractLifeCycle - stopping
> DEBUG [12:57:24.162] [Thread-13] o.e.j.s.Server - doStop
> DEBUG [12:57:24.164] [Thread-13] o.e.j.s.Server - Graceful shutdown
> org.eclipse.jetty.server.Server@46e3559f by
> DEBUG [12:57:24.164] [Thread-13] o.e.j.u.c.AbstractLifeCycle - stopping
> .INFO [12:57:24.221] [Thread-13] o.e.j.s.h.ContextHandler - Stopped
> DEBUG [12:57:24.221] [Thread-13] o.e.j.u.c.AbstractLifeCycle - STOPPED
> This time it went down after 23 minutes of inactivity, there are times it
> goes doen after 6 minutes, 12 minutes etc.
> Any clues? Should i have a dummy service which simply pings every minute
> to keep it alive. I have used 0.9.2 for a 6 months and never faced this
> issue earlier.
> Any pointers are appreciated.
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