i have implemented
spring-kafka consumer application.
i wants consumer application graceful shutdown.
the current consumer application is terminated with the Linux command
kill -9 pid
i am using
@KafkaListener annotation now.
if i quit the Spring boot app, i want to reliably close the consumer, what should i do ?
i’ve been using
@Predestory to reliably exit the spring boot app, but i’m not quite sure if this has anything to do with it.
kill -9 is like the death star
Some of the more commonly used signals: 1 HUP (hang up) 2 INT (interrupt) 3 QUIT (quit) 6 ABRT (abort) 9 KILL (non-catchable, non-ignorable kill) 14 ALRM (alarm clock) 15 TERM (software termination signal)
The default kill signal SIGTERM (15)
Boot will shut down everything gracefully; it registers a shutdown hook, which can’t intercept a