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From Christian Schneider <ch...@die-schneider.net>
Subject Re: Telling whether startup is really complete
Date Mon, 22 Dec 2014 18:53:46 GMT
Karaf publishes an OSGi service org.apache.karaf.features.BootFinished 
when bundles are started.
Not sure if you can easily work with this on the shell.

Maybe this is also something we can enhance in the ssh based shell.
We could delay the ssh shell in the same way as the local console. That 
would solve the problem.


Am 22.12.2014 um 14:14 schrieb Prithviraj:
> Hi JB,
> I tried this , it displayed the message as mentioned in custom.properties
> file .
> Actually it is not solving my problem .
> My problem statement is like below
> 1) I have  wrote start_karaf.sh file  which will invoke start  script  from
> {$KARAF_HOME}/bin location .
> Which internally start the karaf in back ground mode
> 2) I have other script deploy_apps.sh which will get execute  once  previous
> start_karaf.sh  script get successfully executed.
> deploy_app.sh script is for  deploying  bundles in karaf  server.
> Since  start_karaf.sh  invoking karaf server in background , i need to know
> if  server is fully started  before  deploying apps .
> So i need  some mechanism , or  commands  by which i  can come to know
> server is  fully started  so  that i can start with bundle app deployment .
> Thanks in advance  for your help .
> Thanks
> Prithvi
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Christian Schneider

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