When Camel is doing a graceful shutdown, it may take some time to shutdown to drain inflight exchanges. And as that by default has a timeout of 300 seconds that is counting down. Then sometimes end users dont bother, eg its a test environment etc. Then we should have a JMX / Java API on graceful shutdown to terminate this timeout asap. Its basically to cancel the future task to do it.
We can then also have a karaf commands as well. Maybe its reusing the stop command but with a --kill flag.
If kill is a too extreme wording, we could use force stop or something instead.