The LuceneSail and SesameJenaAdapter something create cases where your junit tests will not terminate. The usual cause of this is a deadlocking problem with the sesame repositories. Some tips for diagnosing and fixing this:
- To check if this is indeed the case, you can "debug" the stopping junit test ...
- ... then pause the main thread. If it's waiting in Object.wait() and the MultiReadSingleWriteLockManager:getWriteLock is just above it in the stack trace, you know your problem.
- The problem often happens when some code that uses an iterator throws an error, JUnit catches this, but will call the tearDown method first - and there it hangs.
- In gnowsis-server there is a jar called DEBUG-openrdf-utils.jar - change your project to use this jar instead of the normal one.
- Make sure you also check the export box for this jar in the ordering/exports tab of gnowsis-server
- this jar adds a _locks vector to MultiRead..Manager, which keeps track of all unreleased locks, and each lock object has a stacktrace object that stores the stacktrace from when the lock was created.
All in all though - these problems suck, and debugging them sucks even more.