What are the best practices for stop hook handling?

Rye Terrell rye.terrell at canonical.com
Thu Oct 20 21:16:26 UTC 2016

> Do you have a real world example at hand?

No, why?

On Thu, Oct 20, 2016 at 2:26 PM, Free Ekanayaka <
free.ekanayaka at canonical.com> wrote:

> On 20 October 2016 at 16:09, Rye Terrell <rye.terrell at canonical.com>
> wrote:
>> > Subordinate charms only make sense when collocated. And I would argue that
>> subordinates are extremely common, at least in production environments.
>> > In this context clean up is very important because it's not unusual
>> for operators to switch technologies. For example replace telegraf with node-exporter
>> or collectd.
>> With that in mind, I'd like to reiterate one of my original questions:
>> how do we handle cleanup in the case where two or more colocated charms
>> have the same dependencies? In the case of background services, do we not
>> stop & disable them? Do we stop & disable them and expect the remaining
>> charms to repair the situation?
> Do you have a real world example at hand?
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