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From Pierre Muller <pmul...@gfi.fr>
Subject Re: Axis2 work files not deleted
Date Fri, 18 Jul 2008 07:35:22 GMT
Alternatively :
- jars could be dropped in axis2/WEB-INF/services/lib/ (to keep axis2 
jars apart from services jars).
- You could simply create the specific directory Davanum described 
(axis2/WEB-INF/services/myService/) and drop in this directory what 
would be the whole content of the aar.


Davanum Srinivas a écrit :
> Steve,
>
> I think you need to switch to completely get rid of aar and mar 
> packages and switch to using just the directory. Let me
> explain.
>
> 1) axis2/WEB-INF/lib - drop all the jars currently in your aar or mar 
> here
> 2) axis2/WEB-INF/classes - drop all the .class files in your aar here
> 3) axis2/WEB-INF/services - create one directory for each aar that you 
> used to have
> 4) axis2/WEB-INF/modules - create one directory for each mar that you 
> used to have
> 5) For each service, create a META-INF/services.xml under the service 
> specific directory. For example
>    axis2/WEB-INF/services/myService/META-INF/services.xml
> 6) For each module, create a META-INF/module.xml under the module 
> specific directory. For example
>    axis2/WEB-INF/modules/myModule/META-INF/module.xml
>
> Once you do this, there is no need for axis2 to unpack the 
> aar(s)/mar(s) and it won't clutter up the Catalina work
> directory.
>
> thanks,
> dims
>
> SGruverman@intellicare.com wrote:
>> In my Tomcat work directory (work\Catalina\localhost\axis2) I'm getting
>> multiple copies of each of the Axis2 archives (jar, aar, mar):
>> axis211221antlr-2.7.6.jar
>> axis217411antlr-2.7.6.jar
>> etc
>>
>> A new set gets generated each time I restart Tomcat. On my Windows XP
>> system, these are deleted each time Tomcat stops, but not on our Linux
>> (CentOS)
>> systems.
>>
>> These are running on pretty small virtual machines and we run out of 
>> disk
>> space pretty easily.
>>
>> Sorry for reposting this question - I first posed it about two months 
>> ago -
>> but as we get closer to putting services into production this is 
>> becoming
>> more of a concern and I have not made any progress in finding the 
>> problem.
>>
>> Any ideas on what's going on here - and how to prevent it?
>> If anyone with a similar environment would care to check their work area
>> and see if the same thing is happening (you may have sufficient disk 
>> space
>> for it to not be critical) I would really appreciate it. It will help
>> determine whether this is caused by Axis2, Tomcat, server config, etc.
>>
>> Thanks!
>> - Steve
>>
>>
>> ______________________________________________
>> Steve Gruverman, Programmer
>> IntelliCare, Inc. | A Medco Health Solutions Company
>>
>> 500 Southborough Drive | South Portland ME 04106
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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