On 1/30/2013 2:56 PM, Katherine Marsden
There is a property you can put in derby.properties:
On 1/30/2013 12:13 PM, Oskar Zinger
Thanks Oskar for the information. I am not at all familiar with
the replication environment, so can't say what to expect or not or
whether adding the null check would help. I would suggest you go
ahead and file an issue in Jira and then perhaps some folks on
the dev list with a knowledge of replication will be able to
is only happening in a specific scenario when a host
application server failbacks, so what it does is stops a
service that manages derby network server, and restarts it.
There is no second shutdown, because if that was happening I
would see duplicate debug message that tell me that the code
is about to execute shutdown.
This is done in master and slave derby replication
environment. This does not happen always during shutdown of
If you can reproduce with a debug build that would be helpful and
provide line numbers. Derby is easy to build if you want to try
out the Null Pointer Check in your environment.
that might be helpful in debugging this issue especially if you are
using custom classloaders.