This sounds very familiar and something I think we fixed. I can't say for sure (perhaps search Bugzilla) but I'm more than 50% sure this has been fixed. Though, if it is what I'm thinking of, it was a while ago when we fixed it.
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I'm not sure this is the same thing as the fix for 1073201, which had to do with Ignored Types, I think. (although those changes still may affect this behavior in 4.10). But when you remove a type from plugin and redeploy that plugin I think all of the associated resources of that type are supposed to get removed. The type doesn't even exist anymore, so how can they remain? Something seems off.
Yes, I agree. Ordinarily the removed resource type would get removed. Unfortunately I haven't figured out what might have caused this. It happened back in April 5 when I wasn't doing a deployment. The resource type still exists in the database, but not in the descriptor, so I suspect the delete timed out or failed.
11062 UserInfo SERVICE CONFIGURATION NEITHER 1 0 (null) xxx 1377021067803 1377021067803 0 (null) (null) (null) (null) 0
We did have a large number of resources of that type (>200), so my suspicion is the deletion/inventory removal somehow timed out. I suppose I should look at the code to see where it might have happened.