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Random net.sf.ehcache.CacheException: java.io.StreamCorruptedException: invalid stream header

 
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I'm working on an quite old application and when users use a functionality, "from time to time", they get this error :

net.sf.ehcache.CacheException: java.io.StreamCorruptedException: invalid stream header: 2F456E74


I can reproduce the problem "from time to time", and when it happens, it is when trying to read a temp file, stored in :

C:\Users[myuser]\AppData\Local\Temp


This temp file has the name of a "demon thread" I can see in the Debug view of Eclipse, and depiste the fact it's a random problem, it seems it's always the same file which causes the java.io.StreamCorruptedException !

If I stop the application and the JBoss server, delete those files in the folder, and restart, it works but only once - it seems that the 1st time after a clean/restart, the exception can be thrown but silently, right after the main treatment is done. If a try one more time, it fails.

This happens when calling a hibernate

so I don't know what I can do since it deals with the way java manages its temporary files... Do you have some idea to give to me ?

Thanks in advance for your help
 
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Best java exception handling tutorail http://www.javaproficiency.com/2015/02/exception-handling-in-java.html
 
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