I am not as much familiar wild fly and its deployment methodologies, I have a deployment that I am working with and trying to solve a particular problem. Whenever wildfly starts to deploy it uses a lot of Disk bandwidth in both Read and Write.
I believe this could be due to the .ear and .war files being extracted out and deployed into a temp directory. This is a centos based system.
Is there anyway that this temp directory is pre-deployed as an exploded directory and that there is no copy of temp directory being created at the wild fly deployment time? Is it possible that wild fly can just re-use this folder whenever it is stopped and re-started
We do not have any requirement about this folder being changed during the production time.