afiak ... does your version of jboss use the /tmp as temporary folder?
and does your linux version has a cron job cleaning the /tmp folder every ~14 days?
just a shot in the dark
Thank you for you reply. I will try it.
I have got the same problem couple of times.
Iam using jboss on windows 2000.
I found a tmp folder under the server directory, and that folder contains some temp jar files which were created by the server. is there any way to configure so that it does use a different folder instead of the tmp folder.
Thanks for your time.
set JAVA_OPTS = "-Djava.io.tmpdir= your folder"
set JAVA_OPTS=%JAVA_OPTS% -Djava.io.tmpdir=your directory