public interface GracefulAutoCloseable extends java.lang.AutoCloseable
AutoCloseableto add graceful closure semantics.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Used to close/shutdown a resource, similar to
default void closeGracefully() throws java.lang.Exception
AutoCloseable.close(), but attempts to cleanup state before abruptly closing. This provides a hint that implementations can use to stop accepting new work and finish in flight work. This method is implemented on a "best effort" basis and may be equivalent to
Note: Implementations may or may not apply a timeout for this operation to complete, if a caller does not
want to wait indefinitely, and are unsure if the implementation applies a timeout, it is advisable to apply a
timeout and force a call to
java.lang.Exception- if graceful closure failed.