-Re: when the zookeeper Expired ,may I have to rebuild the watch on a znode?
Michi Mutsuzaki 2012-06-05, 17:44
The event is called "None" (not a great name) in Java API. It's for
notifying the watches that the session state has changed.
It's up to you to decide how to handle these events. This page
provides a good insight about error handling in zookeeper.
On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 1:25 AM, iamct <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Thank you all
> I have another question。
> I set a watch （getData）on a znode。the getData api said ：
> * If the watch is non-null and the call is successful (no exception is
> * thrown), a watch will be left on the node with the given path. The
> * will be triggered by a successful operation that sets data on the
> node, or
> * deletes the node.
> * <p>
> I used the method “Is there an easy way to expire a session for testing?” to
> imitate the expire
> （in https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/ZOOKEEPER/FAQ���
> in the process,I can/t update the znode ,why the watch be triggered.
> I found the WatchedEvent state is Disconnected and Expired.
> I can/t found the triggered condition in the zookeeper wiki and api. I am
> help me! Thank you !
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