[hibernate-dev] Health check status API
gunnar at hibernate.org
Fri Jun 1 09:57:46 EDT 2018
+1 for looking into the mP health check API.
In fact, I don't even think that Hibernate would have to implement any sort
of looping itself. Instead, the orchestration layer would check the health
check endpoint and automatically restart the service if it's not in a
healthy state. That way, the ordering of start up isn't really an issue,
the application would be simply restarted as often as needed until the DB
2018-06-01 15:44 GMT+02:00 Andrej Golovnin <golovnin at gmx.net>:
> Hi Sanne,
> whatever you consider to implement in Hibernate ORM/Search/OMG
> I think you should use/follow the MicroProfile Health spec .
> As far as I know WildFly Swarm supports already this spec.
> Best regards,
> Andrej Golovnin
>  https://github.com/eclipse/microprofile-health/
> > On 31. May 2018, at 18:40, Sanne Grinovero <sanne at hibernate.org> wrote:
> > It was suggested to me that Hibernate ORM could help people developing
> > microservices on Kubernetes / Openshift by making "health checks"
> > easier.
> > In short, how to expose to some management API that we're being able
> > to connect to the database and do our usual things.
> > This could be done by connection pools as well but I suspect there
> > could be benefits in exposing this information in a unified way at an
> > higher level API; also on top of using ad-hoc specific connection
> > APIs, or Dialect specific instructions, I guess we could monitor
> > timeout exceptions, etc.. happening on the application sessions.
> > Wrote some notes on:
> > - https://hibernate.atlassian.net/browse/HHH-12655
> > Probably best to explore this in ORM first, but then Search and OGM
> > could expose/implement it too for their respective services?
> > Or maybe people would prefer to just run a query?
> > Thanks,
> > Sanne
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