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issue commentresilience4j/resilience4j

Propagate distributed tracing information across Thread pool bulkhead

Not sure how Spring Sleuth stores context in ThreadLocal, but the SLf4j MDC context is automatically copied by our ContextAwareScheduledThreadPoolExecutor

AFAICT this doesn't seem to be used for a ThreadPoolBulkhead though (using v1.7) so we still have to implement our own MDC ContextPropagator. It's not difficult but would be nice if it was there out of the box.

Similar to what the original poster asked which I feel is left unresolved, it would be great if the executors were maybe somehow registered as beans so they would be automatically instrumented by other frameworks like Spring Cloud Sleuth.

bmorris591

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