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Jetty Issue - 404 Page not found error

 
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Hi,

I am not too sure if this is the right forum to post my question.

I am using Jetty to host my webapps. What jetty does during deployment is extract the content of web archive file to /tmp/Jetty......folder.

By default there is a cron job "tmpwatch" created to clean /tmp folder and it delete any file in /tmp folder which has not been used in the last 10 days[I think this is the default configuration].

How to avoid this. For the timebeing I removed the line from cron job file.

As the folder name is created at random I cannot put an exclude flag with folder name.

Another alternative to exclude the jetty-user from tmpwatch.

Please let me know of your thoughts/inputs.

Thanks,
john.
 
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Welcome to Javaranch John Preston
yes you are right about the forum. This is a forum dedicated to JSPs and discussing this topic here will result in less useful response.
I'll move it to an appropriate place
 
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