Class SchedulerAdapter

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Scheduler

    public final class SchedulerAdapter
    extends java.lang.Object
    implements Scheduler
    INTERNAL API
    • Method Summary

      All Methods Static Methods Instance Methods Concrete Methods 
      Modifier and Type Method Description
      Scheduler classicScheduler()  
      Cancellable scheduleAtFixedRate​(java.time.Duration initialDelay, java.time.Duration interval, java.lang.Runnable runnable, scala.concurrent.ExecutionContext executor)
      Java API: Schedules a Runnable to be run repeatedly with an initial delay and a frequency.
      Cancellable scheduleAtFixedRate​(scala.concurrent.duration.FiniteDuration initialDelay, scala.concurrent.duration.FiniteDuration interval, java.lang.Runnable runnable, scala.concurrent.ExecutionContext executor)
      Scala API: Schedules a Runnable to be run repeatedly with an initial delay and a frequency.
      Cancellable scheduleOnce​(java.time.Duration delay, java.lang.Runnable runnable, scala.concurrent.ExecutionContext executor)
      Java API: Schedules a Runnable to be run once with a delay, i.e.
      Cancellable scheduleOnce​(scala.concurrent.duration.FiniteDuration delay, java.lang.Runnable runnable, scala.concurrent.ExecutionContext executor)
      Scala API: Schedules a Runnable to be run once with a delay, i.e.
      Cancellable scheduleWithFixedDelay​(java.time.Duration initialDelay, java.time.Duration delay, java.lang.Runnable runnable, scala.concurrent.ExecutionContext executor)
      Java API: Schedules a Runnable to be run repeatedly with an initial delay and a fixed delay between subsequent executions.
      Cancellable scheduleWithFixedDelay​(scala.concurrent.duration.FiniteDuration initialDelay, scala.concurrent.duration.FiniteDuration delay, java.lang.Runnable runnable, scala.concurrent.ExecutionContext executor)
      Scala API: Schedules a Runnable to be run repeatedly with an initial delay and a fixed delay between subsequent executions.
      static Scheduler toClassic​(Scheduler scheduler)  
      • Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object

        clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
    • Constructor Detail

      • SchedulerAdapter

        public SchedulerAdapter​(Scheduler classicScheduler)
    • Method Detail

      • classicScheduler

        public Scheduler classicScheduler()
      • scheduleOnce

        public Cancellable scheduleOnce​(scala.concurrent.duration.FiniteDuration delay,
                                        java.lang.Runnable runnable,
                                        scala.concurrent.ExecutionContext executor)
        Description copied from interface: Scheduler
        Scala API: Schedules a Runnable to be run once with a delay, i.e. a time period that has to pass before the runnable is executed.

        Specified by:
        scheduleOnce in interface Scheduler
        Parameters:
        delay - (undocumented)
        runnable - (undocumented)
        executor - (undocumented)
        Returns:
        (undocumented)
      • scheduleOnce

        public Cancellable scheduleOnce​(java.time.Duration delay,
                                        java.lang.Runnable runnable,
                                        scala.concurrent.ExecutionContext executor)
        Description copied from interface: Scheduler
        Java API: Schedules a Runnable to be run once with a delay, i.e. a time period that has to pass before the runnable is executed.

        Specified by:
        scheduleOnce in interface Scheduler
        Parameters:
        delay - (undocumented)
        runnable - (undocumented)
        executor - (undocumented)
        Returns:
        (undocumented)
      • scheduleWithFixedDelay

        public Cancellable scheduleWithFixedDelay​(scala.concurrent.duration.FiniteDuration initialDelay,
                                                  scala.concurrent.duration.FiniteDuration delay,
                                                  java.lang.Runnable runnable,
                                                  scala.concurrent.ExecutionContext executor)
        Description copied from interface: Scheduler
        Scala API: Schedules a Runnable to be run repeatedly with an initial delay and a fixed delay between subsequent executions. E.g. if you would like the function to be run after 2 seconds and thereafter every 100ms you would set delay=Duration(2, TimeUnit.SECONDS) and interval=Duration(100, TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS).

        It will not compensate the delay between tasks if the execution takes a long time or if scheduling is delayed longer than specified for some reason. The delay between subsequent execution will always be (at least) the given delay. In the long run, the frequency of execution will generally be slightly lower than the reciprocal of the specified delay.

        If the Runnable throws an exception the repeated scheduling is aborted, i.e. the function will not be invoked any more.

        Specified by:
        scheduleWithFixedDelay in interface Scheduler
        Parameters:
        initialDelay - (undocumented)
        delay - (undocumented)
        runnable - (undocumented)
        executor - (undocumented)
        Returns:
        (undocumented)
      • scheduleWithFixedDelay

        public Cancellable scheduleWithFixedDelay​(java.time.Duration initialDelay,
                                                  java.time.Duration delay,
                                                  java.lang.Runnable runnable,
                                                  scala.concurrent.ExecutionContext executor)
        Description copied from interface: Scheduler
        Java API: Schedules a Runnable to be run repeatedly with an initial delay and a fixed delay between subsequent executions. E.g. if you would like the function to be run after 2 seconds and thereafter every 100ms you would set delay to Duration.ofSeconds(2), and interval to Duration.ofMillis(100).

        It will not compensate the delay between tasks if the execution takes a long time or if scheduling is delayed longer than specified for some reason. The delay between subsequent execution will always be (at least) the given delay.

        In the long run, the frequency of tasks will generally be slightly lower than the reciprocal of the specified delay.

        If the Runnable throws an exception the repeated scheduling is aborted, i.e. the function will not be invoked any more.

        Specified by:
        scheduleWithFixedDelay in interface Scheduler
        Parameters:
        initialDelay - (undocumented)
        delay - (undocumented)
        runnable - (undocumented)
        executor - (undocumented)
        Returns:
        (undocumented)
      • scheduleAtFixedRate

        public Cancellable scheduleAtFixedRate​(scala.concurrent.duration.FiniteDuration initialDelay,
                                               scala.concurrent.duration.FiniteDuration interval,
                                               java.lang.Runnable runnable,
                                               scala.concurrent.ExecutionContext executor)
        Description copied from interface: Scheduler
        Scala API: Schedules a Runnable to be run repeatedly with an initial delay and a frequency. E.g. if you would like the function to be run after 2 seconds and thereafter every 100ms you would set delay=Duration(2, TimeUnit.SECONDS) and interval=Duration(100, TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS).

        It will compensate the delay for a subsequent task if the previous tasks took too long to execute. In such cases, the actual execution interval will differ from the interval passed to the method.

        If the execution of the tasks takes longer than the interval, the subsequent execution will start immediately after the prior one completes (there will be no overlap of executions). This also has the consequence that after long garbage collection pauses or other reasons when the JVM was suspended all "missed" tasks will execute when the process wakes up again.

        In the long run, the frequency of execution will be exactly the reciprocal of the specified interval.

        Warning: scheduleAtFixedRate can result in bursts of scheduled tasks after long garbage collection pauses, which may in worst case cause undesired load on the system. Therefore scheduleWithFixedDelay is often preferred.

        If the Runnable throws an exception the repeated scheduling is aborted, i.e. the function will not be invoked any more.

        Specified by:
        scheduleAtFixedRate in interface Scheduler
        Parameters:
        initialDelay - (undocumented)
        interval - (undocumented)
        runnable - (undocumented)
        executor - (undocumented)
        Returns:
        (undocumented)
      • scheduleAtFixedRate

        public Cancellable scheduleAtFixedRate​(java.time.Duration initialDelay,
                                               java.time.Duration interval,
                                               java.lang.Runnable runnable,
                                               scala.concurrent.ExecutionContext executor)
        Description copied from interface: Scheduler
        Java API: Schedules a Runnable to be run repeatedly with an initial delay and a frequency. E.g. if you would like the function to be run after 2 seconds and thereafter every 100ms you would set delay to Duration.ofSeconds(2), and interval to Duration.ofMillis(100).

        It will compensate the delay for a subsequent task if the previous tasks took too long to execute. In such cases, the actual execution interval will differ from the interval passed to the method.

        If the execution of the tasks takes longer than the interval, the subsequent execution will start immediately after the prior one completes (there will be no overlap of executions). This also has the consequence that after long garbage collection pauses or other reasons when the JVM was suspended all "missed" tasks will execute when the process wakes up again.

        In the long run, the frequency of execution will be exactly the reciprocal of the specified interval.

        Warning: scheduleAtFixedRate can result in bursts of scheduled tasks after long garbage collection pauses, which may in worst case cause undesired load on the system. Therefore scheduleWithFixedDelay is often preferred.

        If the Runnable throws an exception the repeated scheduling is aborted, i.e. the function will not be invoked any more.

        Specified by:
        scheduleAtFixedRate in interface Scheduler
        Parameters:
        initialDelay - (undocumented)
        interval - (undocumented)
        runnable - (undocumented)
        executor - (undocumented)
        Returns:
        (undocumented)