I am using java api of elasticsearch. Since Node.start() method is starting
all the threads needed by elasticsearch, I expect that Node.stop() should
be able to stop the threads started by Node.start().
If the stopping is done asynchronously, I expect to have another method to
check if the node was correctly stopped.
Is there another way to do this?
Thank you very much,
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