We don't need the operation to be synchronous. So how do we know when we can disconnect the old version? And if we get ahow do we know whether we need to wait for 5 minutes, or the mapping just failed entirely and there's no point in waiting any longer at all. CC could poll routes until an app returns a several issues with this. Hello everyone, we already had an internal discussion on the topic and since we could not quite come to a solution, I'd like to ask in this list. The routing table is indeed updated asynchronously, and we can update the docs to clarify this; "immediately" may be a bit misleading. We will update them. Not sure if my understanding is correct.
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We could consider how to provide such a guarantee; e. It also does not return an event or operation which could be pinged to wait for completion of route mapping. We recommend adding a short wait to your blue-green deploy script.
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Applications running on Diego do not need to be restarted. First of all, to avoid misunderstandings, it'd be totally fine if we had an asynchronous mechanism.
Applications running on the DEA architecture must be restarted after routes for an app are mapped or unmapped.
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Given we have a lot of instances of the old version, and just created one or a few instances of the new version on the same route - how do we even know that the route mapping worked at all? On Thu, Feb 2, at But not sure if I got you wrong. Regarding your proposal of exposing a version endpoint, I do think this is a workaround that could help in most scenarios.
We don't need the operation to be synchronous. And all blue-green-deployment-scripts which I've seen so far have this issue. However, even if this feature were offered there may have to be significant changes to the routing architecture to guarantee that routes have been mapped before calling the operation a success.
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|If so, is there any general way to find out when the route-mapping process has finished?
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See also the next comment below. I'm not sure which changes to the router would be possible and which won't - but I assume if it is possible to tell the router "please map X", it should be possible to add a feature, with which one could ask the router "what's the status of the mapping operation of X"?
Would it be that the change must be applied to the routing tables of all routers or only some percentage? It also does not return an event or operation which could be pinged to wait for completion of route mapping.