Ales Justin wrote:
> The question is though, does the VFS get bypassed if this is put
> Because scanning for packages isn't slow once the VFS context is
> initialized. The time is all within initializing the VFS context for
> the jar.
> Or, is VFS still used for every deployed jar because of subdeployments?
The mechanism you're referring to is jboss-structure.xml.
Even if you use this mechanism, we still need to read into the jar, its
But, I thought you said resources aren't discovered through VFS? :)
Actually, in MC/AS you never use anything else than VFS to
some stuff in file system.
Finding a resource should never require scanning and creating metadata
for the entire jar/filesystem.
If you do, it's bad/wrong usage. Since that's why we wrote
Really, like I don't know WTF VFS was invented...Please...
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