Hmmm, the tmp/ dir actually gets properly cleaned up at shutdown.
Skywalker:default alesj$ du -h tmp/
Nicklas is asking if we have "any windows-hosts doing hudson jobs that would show the
New temporary files would be created at next start up.
I'm not sure if there was code that removes stuff upon creation of tmp/deploy, just
files where locked at shutdown or something.
Ales Justin wrote:
> This is delete of tmp/deploy/ -- which is I guess where most of the "fat"
> What happened (at next startup) if this code wasn't executed?
> e.g. due to some unexpected failure at shutdown
> I guess new temps were created, leaving those dups to lay around till next clean
> (e.g. we didn't link those old temps with existing deployment?)
> On Dec 10, 2010, at 4:22 PM, Dimitris Andreadis wrote:
>> In 4.x it was done at shutdown here:
>> // Cleanup tmp/deploy dir
>> log.debug("Deleting server tmp/deploy directory");
>> File tmp = config.getServerTempDir();
>> File tmpDeploy = new File(tmp, "deploy");
>> Not sure about 5/6.
>> Ales Justin wrote:
>>> So that I'm not searching for a needle in the haystack,
>>> who could tell me how exactly we used to do this
) in the past.
>>> (as it looks like we're missing that functionality atm in AS6 ...)
>>> 1) Where did we create tmp/ dir?
>>> Or was this done per each custom sub-dir via File::makedirs?
>>> 2) Where and when did we delete it?
>>> * at startup -- simply deleting old tmp/; which is probably more bullet proof
than at shutdown
>>> * at shutdown
>>> * ...
>>> Thanks for any help / tip.
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