The Glassfish Server Node Agent Aborts Instances That Take Too Long to Startup or Shutdown
(Doc ID 1267667.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 30, 2022
Oracle GlassFish Server - Version 9.1 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
Instance Startup Symptoms
Instances that are automatically started by the node agent, and which take more than ten minutes to complete their startup, are terminated by the node agent.
Note that this article does not cover the situation where an already running Node Agent starts an instance and times it out after twenty minutes, please refer to <Note:1136123.1> for details of that use case.
In the node agent log file the following messages are seen:
While terminating an instance during shutdown might not initially sound like an issue, if the applications are performing some processing as part of the termination, interrupting that processing might not be desired.
This problem could be encountered by the deployment of a new or updated application that increases the overall initialization time over 10 minutes, or problems with applications that communicate with enterprise information systems, as part of their initialization, that are performing poorly and increasing the time an application takes to initialize.
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