In my atlas-sdk, in current merge check plug-in , I used atlas-run.Suddenly after showing Live Reload Ended message in command prompt, it is showing a error message
i.e., "ERROR [localhost-startStop-1] c.a.plugin.manager.PluginEnabler Unable to start the following plugins due to timeout while waiting for plugin to enable: com.mycompany.is-admin-merge-check-tests".
My stash server is working fine, but the plugin is not working properly..
Can anyone suggest me how to resolve this...
May I know how to do this "jstack on the stash server".
After downloading the Atlas sdk, I created the plugin and I tried to run with atlas-run. then its giving me the error meesage like I mentitioned in above.
I got struck here..
Can you help here please.
Thigs I would try:
1.: Inspect the code for places where it could be
a) waiting for a resource which is not available or
b) stuck in an infinite loop.
2.: Set a breakpoint in the beginning of your plugin's constructor, start the server in debug mode using atlas-debug, attach the debugger and step through the code to see where it gets stuck.
I'm not using Eclipse IDE / other. I think I cant do the debug properly.. like putting breakpoints..etc.,
I just installed SDK and created a plugin. i.e., Merge check plugin created. This plugin I'm not able to run.
I didn't add any sorce code. I just run the "atlas-run" there it is giving me error message like in which I shared the image.
And I addded some print statements inorder to know whether my created plugin is not responding or not, but its no where given the i client closole or somewhere.
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