After further experimentation, it appears that the documentation is right 
and the argument is in seconds. The Javadoc is in error when it says "msec", 
which caused my confusion.

If anyone can confirm that'd be great, otherwise I'm good.

On Thu, September 22, 2016 11:42 AM Dave H wrote:

> Hi, I'm new to Jetty and I'm using Jetty 9.2.2 in my project. While 
> reading through the 9.2.10 documentation (can't find 9.2.2) on Configuring 
> a LoginService, I was confused by the section where it says:
>
>       You can also configure it to check the properties file regularly for
>       changes and reload when changes are detected. The reloadInterval
>       is in seconds
>
> At first I got NoSuchMethodError, so I checked the 9.2.18 Javadoc for 
> HashLoginService (can't find 9.2.2) and the method name turns out to be 
> "setRefreshInterval"; additionally, the argument should be in 
> milliseconds, not seconds.
>
> I then took a look at the most current documentation and while the method 
> name still does not match, the Javadoc for 
> HashLoginService.setRefreshInterval() now takes seconds (per 
> documentation) - and it's also deprecated in favor of setHotReload().
>
> So now I'm just a bit confused and would like confirmation if there's an 
> API change between 9.2.x and 9.3.x for HashLoginService and if the 
> setRefreshInterval for 9.2.x does indeed take milliseconds instead of 
> seconds.
>
> If there's a more appropriate place to post this question, please let me 
> know. Thanks. 
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