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So, let's say we have an object that runs in a thread. We know the thread might die, and we need to deal with the consequences. We must provide memory management to prevent so-called memory leaks. However, memory management has nothing directly to do with our thread-oriented requirement—it's beyond the scope of the what. The crucial issue is that we want to maintain thread operation. There are a few possible subscenarios: Sunny day: All is well.
Just restart the thread and keep running. Rainy day: Bad things happen. The object is somehow corrupted. Typhoon: Really bad things happen. The JVM may be unstable. Thinking more carefully, Scenario 2 describing corrupted data and Scenario 3 describing an unstable JVM might not affect this application.
For this application, failure is the worst possibility. For others, it may be necessary to validate data or even JVM integrity. But for our simple case, the sunny day scenario suffices.
Therefore, this design will not include data checking or object recreation in a new JVM. In a more robust design, the object persistence might be refreshed to validate data. In a worst-case scenario, the entire JVM should shutdown and restart. The how: Identify objects and create a design We must identify the objects involved in the design.
First, there should be a detection object; we can call this object the watchdog. In our particular design, the watchdog watches all other threads. The watchdog runs in its own thread and has a collection of references to other threads so it can monitor them and make sure they're all alive. Conveniently, the Thread class provides an isAlive method to determine if a thread is alive. The watchdog uses this method to detect each thread in its collection.
If a thread fails, it's the watchdog's responsibility to report it. For more robustness, this design will include a second "dog," the beta dog the watchdog is the alpha dog.
The beta dog's purpose is simply to check that the alpha dog is alive. The alpha dog also detects the beta dog. Watchdogs The ThreadWatchDog is a particular MutableThread instance that monitors threads, and monitored threads must be either MutableThread or Thread or their descendants. The watchdog runs through the collection of threads and invokes the isAlive method.
When it notices that a thread is dead, it uses reCreate to recreate the thread if it is a mutable thread. Otherwise, it simply reports the failure. MutableThread lTestThread. In the case of a MutableThread, it reports an exception and then attempts to restart the thread, if possible, with the following code: ReportingExceptionHandler.
The application sets up the threads and assigns them to the watchdog on startup. Note clearly that the threads should be started up before initializing the watchdogs, or things will get really confusing.
Note that the put method adds threads to the ThreadWatchDog.
This adds the thread to the collection. The put method is also overloaded with a put MutableThread mutableThread. This is because MutableThread isn't really a Thread; rather it implements the MutableRunnable interface, much as Thread implements the Runnable interface. That allows the current object to be assigned to the new thread.
The actual thread is encapsulated within the MutableThread and can be recreated and restarted.