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May 2016
John G
@jgolubenko
May 10 2016 01:09
@KenavR I've posted working example for you few days back I think, does that worked for you? How's sample app differs from yours have you looked?
KenavR
@KenavR
May 10 2016 07:56

@jgolubenko I couldn't get it working, but I will try again. The eureka server starts at 8080 even though it is 8761 defined. Which means it starts with a lot of errors because it expects it to be on 8761. Same with the clients. (seems easy to fix, but I had some problems getting it to compile in intellij)

As of differences, I don't have any profiles defined (after --- - cloudfoundry stuff) and my POMs look different (different parent for the clients and some unnecessary dependencies on my part) everything else looks mostly the same or I am missing something

Niklas Herder
@herder
May 10 2016 08:34
Hi, does anyone know if it's possible to use eureka to make the hystrix dashboard find a turbine stream? I was thinking that instead of pointing out the http://turbine-host/turbine.stream, I could do it like in Feign and use the service id of the turbine app, then let the hystrix app find an instance.
Dave Syer
@dsyer
May 10 2016 09:03
It's JavaScript client
So there's no library for eureka
But in principle that works
KenavR
@KenavR
May 10 2016 10:47
can't get it started with anything else than 8080
Stevo Slavić
@sslavic
May 10 2016 11:19
after upgrading from spring-cloud 1.1.0.M5 to RC1 or RC2, in a test spring context shutdown started throwing "IllegalStateException: Shutdown in progress"; is it a known issue?
Stevo Slavić
@sslavic
May 10 2016 11:34
suspecting it's due to upgrade of ribbon dependency, from 2.1.0 in M5 to 2.1.5 in RC1
Niklas Herder
@herder
May 10 2016 11:58
It seems to read the stream from backend when I use the hystrix-stream-amqp lib, though? It works when I point the dashboard to the internal address on AWS
@dsyer
I'll rummage around and see if I find anything :)
Stevo Slavić
@sslavic
May 10 2016 12:53
using spring-cloud RC2 with ribbon-* 2.1.0 didn't fix the issue
Koizumi85
@Koizumi85
May 10 2016 13:37
hey guys... are you currently deploying a new version? at the moment the BUILD-SNAPSHOTs of spring-cloud-stream-dependencies tries to fetch "spring-cloud-dependencies-parent" in version 1.1.1.RELEASE, which does not exist... or is this a bug?
Stevo Slavić
@sslavic
May 10 2016 13:58
using spring-cloud-context 1.1.0.M5 with spring-cloud-netflix 1.1.0.RC2 caused error to disappear; moved issue from spring-cloud-netflix to spring-cloud-commons project
Dave Syer
@dsyer
May 10 2016 14:04
Can you please try snapshots?
We are just about to release Brixton.RELEASE
RC2 is old now
Dave Syer
@dsyer
May 10 2016 14:05
You'd need to use the whole platform for it to be a proper test
Use the Brixton.BUILD-SNAPSHOT BOM
@Koizumi85 spring-cloud-dependencies-parent is in repo.spring.io but not Maven Central
I can promote it now, but it might take a while to sync
Koizumi85
@Koizumi85
May 10 2016 14:09
@dsyer okay.. thought so, but wanted to be sure. Happy to can use RELEASE soon :)
Tommy Ludwig
@shakuzen
May 10 2016 14:10
Yes - many congratulations to the Spring Cloud team on the Brixton release! :clap: I know a lot of people will be very happy.
Stevo Slavić
@sslavic
May 10 2016 14:12
used snapshot, same issue there
Dave Syer
@dsyer
May 10 2016 14:13
Can you create a sample project please?
Everything works for us right now
Stevo Slavić
@sslavic
May 10 2016 14:15
will try to reproduce in a sample project
Matt Benson
@mbenson
May 10 2016 14:49
echoing congrats on the Brixton release
Spencer Gibb
@spencergibb
May 10 2016 15:04
@mbenson we’re not done with it yet, but it has started.
Matt Benson
@mbenson
May 10 2016 15:05
I see, well congr then
(you'll get the ats later)
or you can keep the congrats and get "ulation" later, as you like
Donovan Muller
@donovanmuller
May 10 2016 19:03
Not really spring-cloud related (not sure where else to ask) but what is the future of Spring Roo?
Dave Syer
@dsyer
May 10 2016 19:09
It has a community and a roadmap
(but it part of Pivotal)
Donovan Muller
@donovanmuller
May 10 2016 19:15
ok, thanks. This is always a difficult answer but if I were investigating "scaffolding"/generator projects like JBoss Forge, maybe even Yeoman (JHipster like), etc. Would Roo be something I should look at or... Basically, does it have enough behind it to not die out in the short term.
Dave Syer
@dsyer
May 10 2016 20:42
I think so. There's a company behind it as well. But no-one can really predict.
Roo is more than scaffolding though
That's the whole point really
If you only need scaffolding there's lazybones as well, if you didn't see that.
And Grails obviously
Grails is more than scaffolding as well, of course