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Add a button in Admin Client to kill a single hanging HTTP worker task

So the admin would not need to kill the whole HTTP task.


Mark Reiser, sirius-net GmbH

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  • Jul 25 2018
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    Guest commented
    31 Mar 14:03

    It seems that Thomas Hampel has never been faced the real production Domino XPages environment as a developer and maintainer, that's where his clever 'fix-n-go' advice comes from.

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    Guest commented
    15 Feb 20:25

    The root cause could vary wildly, it could be a bug in third-party software (including Domino), or developer – written code, and may be in production when it happens. Regardless of the root cause, there at times need to kill the thread. Today, the only way to kill the thread is to kill HTTP entirely which is bad, especially in production environments.

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    Guest commented
    August 01, 2019 10:47

    In addition: We need a way to kill the http task from the Domino console when a worker task has gone wild. Currently the only way to handle that situation seems to be killing the http task on the OS level -- very bad.

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    Thomas Hampel commented
    August 07, 2018 12:03

    Wouldn't it be better to fix the root cause rather than just killing a worker thread ?