[jboss-dev] MC+VDF Bootstrap
Andrew Lee Rubinger
andrew.rubinger at redhat.com
Wed Dec 16 10:42:23 EST 2009
It's this "rebuilding from scratch" approach I want to take, though I
don't think it'll be a replacement for AS. More along the lines of a
AS, for many, has come to imply:
* $JBOSS_HOME file structure/layout
* Standalone Distribution
* Filesystem and runscript-based interface
Also AS is the upstream path towards our platform/product.
With a new name (Reloaded?) we can more easily shed all backwards-compat
that AS has provided and grow incrementally in a community setting.
On 12/16/2009 10:30 AM, Bill Burke wrote:
> Maybe this could be done with the entire AS. Define a new profile
> slowly with the fat trimmed. Slowly add stuff that is blessed as "main
> stream". When its done, you have AS 6.
> Carlo de Wolf wrote:
>> My only concern is that we loose the link with AS and thus make it close
>> to impossible to reintegrate. In effect it'll mean we'll have to
>> refactor AS itself more extensively.
>> Apart from that the slimmer, the better.
>> On 12/16/2009 06:50 AM, Andrew Lee Rubinger wrote:
>>> @see https://jira.jboss.org/jira/browse/RELOADED-10
>>> In the last design call I noted one approach to building slimmer
>>> runtimes was to take Carlo's notion of Reloaded, but instead of taking
>>> from the AS configs get things as trim as possible and only bring up
>>> what's needed for VDF/MainDeployer. Ales was kind enough to point me to
>>> some precanned stuff already used in the jboss-deployers testsuite, so I
>>> stole a bunch of that and coupled it with jboss-bootstrap-impl-mc.
>>> The basic test is able to install a new Deployer to the chain and ensure
>>> it's used when a new Deployment is deployed via MainDeployer. Takes
>>> about 1.9 seconds on my machine from JVM start to shutdown.
>>> I think the next steps are as we've already discussed:
>>> 1) Make this into an extensible component which can be
>>> 2) Bring up ProfileService in another extension
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Andrew Lee Rubinger
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