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client library should close session on exit #116

ongardie opened this Issue Mar 18, 2015 · 0 comments


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ongardie commented Mar 18, 2015

Currently, client sessions are only expired based on time. Especially with the command-line client (Examples/TreeOps) which is very short-lived, it'd be nice to have these sessions expired on a best-effort basis when a client exits.

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@ongardie ongardie closed this in 1a25468 Jun 16, 2015

nhardt pushed a commit to nhardt/logcabin that referenced this issue Aug 21, 2015

Add mechanism for clients to close their sessions cleanly on shutdown
From the release notes:
Clients now make a best effort attempt to close their sessions when they
shut down gracefully (issue logcabin#116). Before, client sessions were only
ever expired after a timeout. This state could accumulate quickly when
running short-lived clients in a tight loop. Enabling this change
requires all servers to be updated (so that the state machine is
updated); new clients talking to old clusters will issue a warning that
they are unable to close their sessions.

Close logcabin#116: client library should close session on exit
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