3 Replies Latest reply on May 25, 2009 4:04 AM by jaikiran pai

    Default VFS caching locations

    jaikiran pai Master

      This is related to the VFS caching configuration that was added to avoid the disk consumption of tmp files, issue. The issue is fixed, however recently one user brought this topic up http://www.jboss.org/index.html?module=bb&op=viewtopic&t=153004&start=20#4232093

      The user had configured his own "deploy" folder (through the profile.xml). By default, the VFS cache configuration just caches the jboss server's deploy folder and will not cache other user configured deploy folders unless the user edits that vfs.xml.

      Would it be possible for VFS Cache to "infer" these deploy folders by querying the profile, instead of the user having to edit 2 files to add the custom deploy folder? Most of the times the user is going to forget about updating the vfs.xml, until he runs into the growing disk space usage issue.

      Ideally, the user would just edit the profile.xml to add a custom deploy folder and would not worry about anything related to the internal VFS cache. Is this possible?