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Make aah app reload configuration Signal configurable and also propagate this event #218

jeevatkm opened this issue Oct 20, 2018 · 1 comment


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commented Oct 20, 2018

The goal is to make aah app reload/reinitialize signal configurable. Currently aah app listens to SIGHUP for reinitializing app without restart on non-dev env profile (it was implemented in #123).

However in real world usage aah user need this signal value configurable and defaults to SIGHUP. So that aah user can use the signal they want e.g. SIGUSR1 and SIGUSR2.

Supported signals for reload configuration would be SIGHUP (default), SIGUSR1 and SIGUSR2.

  • Configuration signal option
  • Configuration for enable/disable hot-reload
  • Propagate this event
  • Documentation

@jeevatkm jeevatkm added this to the v0.12.0 Milestone milestone Oct 20, 2018

@jeevatkm jeevatkm added this to v0.12.0 - Iteration in aah Roadmap via automation Oct 20, 2018

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@jeevatkm jeevatkm moved this from v0.12.0 - Iteration to v0.12.0 - In Progress in aah Roadmap Nov 2, 2018

jeevatkm added a commit to go-aah/docs that referenced this issue Nov 3, 2018


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commented Nov 3, 2018

Done 😄

@jeevatkm jeevatkm closed this Nov 3, 2018

aah Roadmap automation moved this from v0.12.0 - In Progress to v0.12.0 - Completed Nov 3, 2018

@jeevatkm jeevatkm moved this from v0.12.0 - Completed to Released to Audience in aah Roadmap Dec 4, 2018

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