Friday, June 21, 2002 06:41 AM
Seems that your JDK has a problem with the shutdown hook. It is usually registered on the HUP signal. That's a JDK problem. However, you can disable that SwiftMQ registers a shutdown hook with the system property
to be defined on the router's command line.
If the shutdown hook is disabled, the router will NOT write a final check point if it is terminated with kill or ctrl/c and will go through a recovery phase on startup. You should therefore shutdown the router only by cli or with the SwiftMQ Explorer to ensure an orderly shutdown which includes the final check point.