david, it should be pretty easy to do since we do it in our test cases. (start and stop servers.) the problem is that we haven't really exposed the interfaces. (but we have wanted to.) and we don't have tests for those non-existent exposed interfaces :) with a clean interface it should be pretty easy to get rid of the System.exits.


dav...@apache.org wrote:
Ok - I get the message :)
Let me see if I can do some experimenting around running the zookeeper
server in OSGi and I'll report back...


2009/11/10 Patrick Hunt <ph...@apache.org>
I couldn't find a JIRA for removing the sys exits so I created one:

there's also this which seems like it should be easy for someone
who knows osgi container jar format requirements:

Now we just need to find someone who's interested and who would really like to 
run the server in his osgi container to work on these... (hint hint) ;-)


Ted Dunning wrote:
Running ZK in an OSGi container is a great idea and should be really easy to
make happen.

This should be a new JIRA, in my opinion.

On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 12:10 PM, <dav...@apache.org> wrote:

Just wondering has any progress been made on this since? I would really
to run the ZooKeeper server as a bundle in my OSGi container. Is there a
JIRA to track this? If not I can create one :)

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