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Jboss deleted tmp folder each time?

 
Matt Herrington
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Hi all,

I'm on Jboss EAP 4.3 and I have my own server with an EAR deployed. The EAR contains multiple WAR files. I notice that each time I start up the server, it explodes the contents to the tmp folder, which is good. Now if I bring down and bring back up Jboss, it first deleted the tmp folder and rebuilds it. My EAR file is fairly large and takes a good 15 minutes to explode. Is there any way to persist the tmp folder between server restarts?
 
Jaikiran Pai
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The tmp folder (as the name suggests) is for temporary storage. It gets cleaned up on every restart.

My EAR file is fairly large and takes a good 15 minutes to explode


Try exploded deployment http://community.jboss.org/wiki/ExplodedDeployment
 
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