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From Claus Ibsen <>
Subject Re: best way to hotdeploy routes
Date Wed, 04 Nov 2009 05:00:32 GMT
On Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 3:40 AM, Rodrigo Valerio <> wrote:
> Hello, i need to run this in very obsolet hardware (128mb RAM), with other
> softwares (like antivirus) then i think that servicemix is not an option...

You can just use Apache Karaf which is a very lightweight OSGi kernel.
Karaf is also used by ServiceMix. In fact ServiceMix is then just X
additional bundles installed.

See more here:

And check out the webinar at FUSESource which shows how to deploy on
Karaf (albeit SMX but its the same)

The session is titled: Getting Started with Camel Deployment

> Thanks
> oisin wrote:
>>> For experts :), whats the best way to have an environment (lightweight
>>> servicemix or dmserver for example is not an option), that permits
>>> hotdeployment of new routes, or dynamic route creation? Work with
>>> classloader? Camel can help with this problem?
>> I would always use servicemix for this, because it can be as simple
>> as dropping a file into a hotdeploy directory to get your route up and
>> running. What's the constraint on not using that or dmserver?
>>  --oh
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Claus Ibsen
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