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Maybe your java tmp directory is still on the initial disk ?
Thank you very much for the guidance.
I have created a new directory (in the new disk having a lot of free space) and set the Windows system environment variables (tmp and temp) to point to the new directory. I have also used the parameter
-Djava.io.tmpdir=/path/to/tmpdiras a starting parameter in the respective WildFly windows service. However, the problem remains. Please note that the problem occurs, before even trying to deploy something.
Any other ideas?
Looks like the issue is in your browser, not on the server